The situation is as follows:
Provider edge: IP 10.1.0.73/30 on trunk vlan 200 with route pointing the 220.127.116.11/30 to the address 10.1.0.74/30.
My edge: IP 10.1.0.74/30 on trunk vlan 200 (vlan in interface 0/0)
To here everything is good, my side can ping the provider.
I created a default route on my router pointing to 10.1.0.73.
I put the IP 10.1.0.74/32 on interface 0/4.1 and if I use "ping -a 10.1.0.74 any_public_ip" I'm able to ping the public IP.
I have then created a private IP address 192.168.0.1/24 on 0/4 on route mode (not trunk).
How can I NAT all the addresses on 192.168.0.1/24 to the 10.1.0.74/32 in order to access the internet on those workstations?
Anyone can help? Thanks in advance...
I should put the nat outbound on the interface with public IP or on the interface with private IP?
Also, the public IP is on a LoopBack interface, I can't set the port-mod of a LoopBack interface.Could you please give me a more specific configuration example?
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