Interesting nat problem

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by G.G., Nov 30, 2005.

  1. G.G.

    G.G. Guest

    I have a 2621 with the following interfaces:

    f0/0: 10.1.202.3
    f0/1: 192.168.115.3

    There are several hosts that sit behind int f0/0 that connect to a host
    behind int f0/1 using ftp and sftp. That host is 192.168.115.10. I
    want the 10.1.202.0 hosts to connect to a different host,
    192.168.115.9, but I don't want the 10.1.202.0 hosts to change their
    original destination address.

    Here's what it would look like. Host 10.1.202.57 initiates a ftp
    connection to 192.168.115.10. The 2621 would then direct the packet to
    192.168.115.9 instead. Is this possible using nat?
    G.G., Nov 30, 2005
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  2. G.G.

    G.G. Guest

    Does anybody have any idea on this one? Is it too stupid of a question?
    G.G., Dec 2, 2005
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  3. G.G.

    G.G. Guest

    For those interested, I was able to accomplish what I wanted with the
    following command:

    ip nat inside source static 192.168.115.9 192.168.115.10
    G.G., Dec 2, 2005
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