itdaddy wrote: »
they do not have ip nat inside on the loopback but have it on the real interface? huh what does that mean when there is no ip nat inside on the loopback but they are NAT overloading it?
tomtom1 wrote: »
@Frederik: You need the NAT statements to define the inside and outside interface(s). You do not have to do overload on the interface IP address perse, but my take on it is that you need to do the ip nat inside / ip nat outside on the corresponding interfaces to let the NAT process know from where to where it should perform the NAT (overload).