Working for a company based in the caribbean isn’t such a bad life. The sun is always shining and when there is no work you can relax at the beach. Today however you get a stress call from a junior network engineer who tried to replace a failed router. He claims to have configured NAT (network address translation) correctly but it’s not working. Time for you to fix the problem!
- All IP addresses have been preconfigured for you as following:
192.168.XY.X /24 where X = router1 and Y = router2.
for example: 192.168.58.5 between router5 and router8.
- You are only allowed to make changes on router Jamaica.
- Your ISP has given you the 172.16.1.0/24 subnet to use for the NAT translation.
- Do not use show run! (this will spoil the fun 🙂 use the appropiate ‘show’ and ‘debug’ commands. This will teach you the skills needed to become a true troubleshooting master.
- You need to make sure the 192.168.12.0 /24 subnet is translated into the IP addresses the ISP gave you when router John communicates with router Dave.
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