I'm trying to configure destination NAT via the NVI on a Cisco router.
I have the command 'ip nat source static...' which works fine for source nat; but I don't kow how to do the destination nat, there is no command ip nat destination...
any help is appreciated!
You can achive destination NAT using route-map, have a look on the below example.
access-list 201 permit ip host 10.10.14.1 host 192.168.14.130access-list 202 permit ip host 10.10.14.1 host 192.168.15.122route-map NAT1match address 201route-map NAT2match address 202ip nat inside source static 10.10.14.1 192.168.130.55 route-map NAT1ip nat inside source static 10.10.14.1 192.168.150.55 route-map NAT2
Note :- "ip nat inside" and "ip nat outside" are configured on respective interfaces
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