Trying to get my head round how best to achieve the above
In essence we have s speed test server that is available in the CPE's global routing table , that we would like the customer in VRF X to test against , however due to the fact that customer X is using RFC1918 in their VRF we want to nat all LAN traffic destined to the speed server only via the WAN address ( with is public) located in global table.
CPE's are ISR (881,19x1,29x1) running 15.1.4M6
Also due to the fact that we want to use this to test the speed to the broadband circuit I would if possible like to reduce the Nat effect on the cpu , but that’s is not the primary objective. in summary I am looking for a way to share the server with numerous mpls VRF that have overlapping RFC1918 addressing.
is this on the right track ?
ip nat inside source list <ACL_LAN> interface <WAN_INT> vrf <vrf-name> overload ip route vrf <vrf-name> <server-ip> 255.255.255.255 <Global-WAN-nexthop>