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Configuring NAT

Configuring NAT

Configuring NAT

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Any body got any help,ideas an/or advice on how to configure network address translation on a 1601.

I want to keep our internal IP addressing scheme, which is menmonic in nature, and translate that to a CLASS C Address as provided by our ISP.

I also need to be able to allow all LAN nodes access to external E-Mail but limit WEB, FTP & Telnet access to specific users. How do I relate access lists to NAT?

We were given the 1601's without manuals, and I've never configured a CISCO router before. Any help most appreciated.

RE: Configuring NAT

Hi CJM,

I've not had any dealings with NAT yet but I came across this paper the other day which may help you on your quest.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/sol/mkt/ent/ndsgn/nat1_wp.htm

Good luck! :)

Neil

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