10-23-2021 11:13 AM
I am not sure if its a limitation issue or maybe its something that not suppose to be in a network,
The network works great,
in the beginning I only configured the connection between R6 and R8 as NAT OUT
and the PC connect to SW7 would get an IP address from the DHCP server BUT the PAT wouldn't work and the the IP in R8 wouldn't change to the public IP
after configuring all the other connections except the on between R6 and R8 as IP NAT IN, the NAT would work but the pc wouldn't get an IP address from the DHCP server and I need to configure it manually instead of it being automatic,
maybe the NAT is not letting it? limitation issue?
I am adding the file for checking it
password for all of the devices in 1234
10-24-2021 03:01 AM
This seems to be duplicate of older posts that you have posted previously and in those posts suggestions were provided- here
10-24-2021 03:24 AM
The answer in this post doesn't help me,
everything works except what I wrote.
10-24-2021 03:59 AM - edited 10-24-2021 04:08 AM
As i stated in the prevous post regards this exact same problem
@paul driver wrote:
Regards the NAT, if you wish to perform NAT then you don’t need to advertise the NATTED "hidden" subnets between R6-R8 and if that’s the case then R6-R8 don’t even require a bgp peering with each other, they would just require the following:
R8 would need to have nat enabled and a default route pointing to R6
R6 would just need to advertise R6-R8 subnet 110.x.x.x into ospf , no nat required.
So if you are "hidding" the internal network of r8 ( 192.168.1.0) then why do you wont the client to be a dhcp client only then only to hide that client behind nat?
The only way you can do this is make r8 a dhcp server for 192.168.1.0 subnet to service PC7 dhcp allocation and then NAT
10-24-2021 04:08 AM
I am doing this Project for myself and my resume in order to show my knowledge of different protocols and technologys,
I want there to be BGP and nat, Again I am asking,
Can I get a IP for the server if there is a NAT in the R6 or its impossibile and I should give a static IP or configure R8 as a DHCP server and give to it sub interface an adress?
10-24-2021 04:10 AM - edited 10-24-2021 04:28 AM
You could do this by makeing r6/8 a dhcp server for 192.168.1.0 subnet to service PC7 dhcp allocation and then NAT that local subnet from r6 or r8
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