02-04-2009 01:57 AM
Can i do NAT on a router with IP @ that are not directly connected to the router?
- On M-Series with Services PICs
- On JSeries with JUNOS with enhanced services
Appreciate your speedy response.
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02-04-2009 02:00 AM
i think we can do on Service PIC. You can configure any IP existing or non-existing on the router in the nat pool and reference the pool in the NAT rule. AS PIC automatically adds a route for that IP pointing to the service PIC (sp-) interface for Reverse NAT.
also on Junos ES – yes. We can do it for both source and dest NAT