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I use NAT for sharing Internet connection among around 20 PCs in my office. We use two permanent internet connections from different ISPs ie. we have a total of two ...
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- 06-21-2007 #1
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- Jun 2007
NAT - Problem with mutiple public IPs
So, Is there any way to configure NAT with Masquerading in such a way that it detects failure of Public IPs and avoid routing packets through that IPs? Please help.
- 06-22-2007 #2
Sorry to use a link but right now it is all I can find. There is a place that shows using multiple ips in a row and I think more information is there but
has some info on what you are doing.
Also, if you have static IPs, instead of Masquerading I think you want to SNAT.
Masquerading is useful when you are on dial-up or in the case where your IPs are dynamic, if they are static, then SNAT is much better to use.