I want to have NAT; translate the 192.x.x.x SCADA and HMI IP addresses to be converted to 10.x.x.x IP addresses before they leave Router 1 and Router 2 to the Switch-TP-Link. What should be the configuration for Router 1 and Router 2 ?
Are the cabling okay? if not what should be the correct cabling connections?
I also need to have redundancy between Switch 1 and Switch 2. What should be the configuration there? Is the cabling rightly done there?
Currently when Router 1 and 2 are on, I dont get any packet reach to any one of them. When I turn off R1 or R2, I get connection in one of them.
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