Hello Cisco Community,
I'm sitting here trying to get my network running but because I don't know the right way to do this I'm just throwing different solutions at the problem to see which ones sticks. Basically this is a network on ESXI behind my home router which is doing NAT translation and a VYOS router which is also doing nat translation. The problem is that I don't know the best way to tell all routers in the network to use VYOS_NAT_ROUTER for reaching the internet.
OSPF is running between R1,R2,R3,R4, and CISCO_EDGE_ROUTER. All the Cisco routers can reach each other.
I have used default-information originate always on R4 and have verified this default our is in the OSPF database on all neighbor routers.
My problem is that R4 can reach VYOS_NAT_ROUTER (10.10.10.1) but none of the others can reach it.
The default route in the OSPF database looks like this:
# show ip route
0*E2 0.0.0.0/0 [110/1] via 10.0.0.254
For reference the 10.0.0.254 is CISCO_EDGE_ROUTER
Attached is a map.
So the big question, how do I tell CISCO_EDGE_ROUTER to forward traffic to VYOS_NAT_ROUTER.
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I don't have experience with Cisco products or really any manageable switch for that matter. For clarity I've attached the network diagram of what I'm trying to achieve. This in it's simplest form is just a single subnet with Windows Server 2012 acting as DHCP server and Active Directy / DC. Can someone provide some examples?
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