Is Advanced Outbound NAT my answer for this? Any leads on how to
configure it to get me started? (sorry for the newbie here). The other
site says they achieve this on a Cisco PIX with a static command.
The desired result is:
Site 1 (m0n0wall 1.22) Site 2
LAN subnet "dummy subnet" WAN WAN
192.168.3.0/24 ---192.168.87.0/24---public IP --- Internet --- public
Third party site (existing IPSec conf. w/Site2) |
LAN subnet WAN |
Kyle McBride wrote:
> Is it possible to NAT the LAN subnet? I am trying to create an IPSec tunnel
> where the remote site already has another tunnel enabled for a subnet
> equivalent to mine. They suggested I NAT my subnet to something else and
> use that dummy subnet in the IPSec tunnel config.
> Current LAN subnet: 192.168.3.0/24
> Suggested NAT: 192.168.87.0/24