I have 2 networks with numerous overlapping subnets on each side. We have Nat translations and overloads and DNS entries limping it along until we can clear all of the overlaps and start routing between the two.
We are setting up the Cisco Agent desktop for the phone system on the network opposite of the Cisco server. The IP address seems to be hardcoded in to the application. We have run the Postinstall, but everytime the application starts, it changes back to the original ip.
I need to find a way to either translate or route the IP, but nothing else.
ip nat outside source static 192.168.50.26 192.168.50.26
and that did not work. I also tried a distribute list for those two networks as well as redistributing bgp for that subnet only.
The 192.168.50.x subnet does not overlap, however there are about 5 hops between the Natting router and the endpoint on each side that will possibly include overlaps.
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