Pretty basic issue here (core problem of a larger issue)... I have a port forward setup:
ip nat inside source static tcp 22.214.171.124 1111 [our public IP address] 1111 extendable
Works fine. But I would like to NAT the source IP to be an internal address, which I do here:
ip nat outside source static [external Internet address] 126.96.36.199
NAT table looks as intended now:
Pro Inside global Inside local Outside local Outside global
tcp [our public IP]:1111 192.168.10:1111 192.168.11:57164 [external Internet address]:57164
However, once I do this, the routing breaks. I can't get back and I have an Incomplete ARP entry for 188.8.131.52.
I have attempted to correct this by adding in
ip route 184.108.40.206 15 255.255.255.255 GigabitEthernet0/0 (our Internet connected interface)
Can anyone provide some insight into what is going on or how to troubleshoot? Thanks
This relates an original thread already open. - here
Adding the static route should have fixed it as it is to do with the order of NAT and routing.
Instead of manually adding a route when you configure your "ip nat outside ..." statement do you have the "add-route" option you can use ?
It is essentially doing the same thing but worth seeing if it does what you want.
Paul from above has been very kindly providing suggestions in the other thread he linked to.
I've tried the add-route option previously, but it did not make any difference. I've just tried again now, but to avail.
Based on your last post in the other thread regards having two outside interfaces and wanting to nat internally atached is a working sample: