As one of the network engineers for a small company you are responsible for all
network operations. One of the branch offices has a single host PC that needs
access to a server located on the internet. You only have private IP addresses for
your internal network so you need to configure network address translation
(NAT). Since there is only a single host a static NAT will be sufficient.
• IP addresses have been preconfigured as specified in the topology
• Create a static NAT configuration on router NAT to translate the
192.168.12.1 IP address into the 192.168.23.2 IP address.
• You are not allowed to translate any port numbers.
• Run this command, server#debug ip packet
• Ping the server
• Show the source
• Your job to find a solution to translates it by run the NAT
• Ping the server again
• Show the source and the NAT translations on the NAT router.
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