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By rajkanithi ·
At my office, I have a full T1 internet connection on Cisco 2600 managed router from AT&T.

How can I do network address translation within a LAN? What routers are easy to configure the NAT. Can the Intel 8100 router do the job. Thank you

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by Kevin.Dorrell In reply to Network address translati ...

This document gives a good introduction to deploying NAT:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/556/12.html

You can find an index to a whole lot os docs about NAT at:

http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/PSP/psp_view.pl?p=Internetworking:NATKevin Dorrell,
Luxembourg

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by eBob In reply to Network address translati ...

The Cisco 2600 can do the job. Since AT&T are "managing" this box for you, contact them to get them setting this up for you.

Alternatively, you can setup a router that you manage to perform the NAT and pump this out/in to/from the AT&T router. This lets you be in direct management of this service, if it's required.

I'm not sure about the i8100. Personally, I would go to another Cisco, probably a 2600 series for the "internal" router. You might be able to get away with a 1600 or 1700 series, but the throughput might be a bit challenged as this would represent a bottle-neck.

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