overlapping subnets in virtual router and NAT

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overlapping subnets in virtual router and NAT

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I have two virtual routers say customer-1 and customer-2 having subnets (overlapping subnet). Now internet connection line is on eth1/1 which is in default virtual router. Both customer-1 and customer-2 needs to access the internet but I am wondering how source NAT will work in this case?

Also for reverse traffic for subnet in default route will work?




Pulukas, do you have any examples of how to set this up?  This scenario is exactly what I am trying to do, but having issues with the NAT statements needed to accomplish this.  If I create a NAT policy to change source IPs to a non-overlapping subnet, then my outbound NAT rule doesn't seem to work.  Seems like I can only get one or the other to work, not both.  Thanks.

I have the same case. Is there a solution?

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