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Hello Experts

Can someone please take a look at the configuration and let me know why I can ping google on 8.8.8.8 from WAN interface GE0/1 but not from LAN Interface GE0/0?

I have default route but still can't ping from source 192.168.30.1

Regards

Carlton
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by:Matt
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Can you ping from internal LAN to router's VLAN interface?
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by:Predrag Jovic
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Probably you don't have NAT configured (or NAT is misconfigured), but paste configuration.
:)
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I can ping 192.168.30.1 from within the router (if that's what you mean)?
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Pred

I don't think NAT is required
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by:Predrag Jovic
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Oh, yes it is... you can't ping from private address space to internet directly. :)
You must ping from public IP address. NAT translates your private IP address to public IP address.
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so will the following work

ip nat pool guargon 59.x.x.1 59..1 netmask 255.255.255.252
ip nat inside source list 1 pool guargon overload
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by:Predrag Jovic
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access-list 1 permit 192.168.30.0 0.0.0.255

ip nat pool guargon 59.x.x.1 59.x.x.x netmask 255.255.255.252

ip nat inside source list 1 pool guargon overload
(or simply without IP pool for WAN, if you don't need one
ip nat inside source list 1 interface GE0/1 overload)

interface GE0/1
  ip nat outside

interface GE0/0
  ip nat inside
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Pred,

It didn't work. Please see my attachment with your suggestions
output2.txt
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by:mikebernhardt
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First, you need to move "ip nat outside" to interface GigabitEthernet0/1.3861 because that's where the IP address is.

2nd, get rid of the ip nat pool and simply do:
ip nat inside source list 1 interface GigabitEthernet0/1.3861 overload

The nat pool statement you used is attempting to nat your inside addresses to the address of your ISP and that wouldn't work anyway. The above will make everything look like it's coming from your router interface.
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cpatte7372 earned 0 total points
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Hi Pred,

I will try your suggestion
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You mean Mike, not Pred...
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by:cpatte7372
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Sorry Mike,

Anyway, it didn't work.. please check out configs
18-48-19--jmeu-gurgaon.txt
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Your inbound access list "Permitted-Inbound-Internet" doesn't really permit anything to come back to you. I don't know how you're testing but can you ping 59.xx.xx.11 from the LAN?

You're also missing a default route:
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 59.xx.xx.11
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by:Predrag Jovic
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Is this mean that you are going to internet through distant location?
(Private IP  DNS  servers - out of IP pool on this router - point into this direction)

I don't see default route here, so I can only presume that you get internet through tunnel and default route from eigrp.
In that case you might not need NAT, NAT can be done on another router.

What is output from
#show ip route

Is this all relevant info in config, or there are some other missing puzzle pieces? :)
(Looks like they do, since this time there is no IP DHCP pool in configuration.)

If there is a default route in routing table remove NAT completely and issue
#traceroute 8.8.8.8
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