Future configuration : NAT question, Several uplinks for several vlans

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FrederiqueC
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Future configuration : NAT question, Several uplinks for several vlans

Hello,

 

I have a configuration question prior to implementation : I have several IPs (let's say 1.1.1.52/29) and I would like to map several uplinks on each of the available IPs and be able to do port forwarding to internal hosts (which are in different vlans).

I also need that each individual vlan to be mapped to different public IP

Example
Port forwarding
1.1.1.52:3389 -> vlan 1:host1
1.1.1.53:3389 -> Vlan 2:host 1
1.1.1.54:3389 -> vlan 3:host 1
Translation to public IPs :

Vlan 1 -> 1.1.1.52
Vlan2 -> 1.1.1.53
Vlan 3 -> 1.1.1.54

 

Is there a way to set this up on the Meraki ? I am used to IOS Cisco Routers and never used wan on same subnet.

Thank you.

F.

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cmr
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Re: Future configuration : NAT question, Several uplinks for several vlans

@FrederiqueC unfortunately MX isn't ideal for what you want as it does not support a subnet or VLAN mapping to a particular external IP.  The inbound should work fine though.

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cmr
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Re: Future configuration : NAT question, Several uplinks for several vlans

@FrederiqueC unfortunately MX isn't ideal for what you want as it does not support a subnet or VLAN mapping to a particular external IP.  The inbound should work fine though.

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FrederiqueC
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Re: Future configuration : NAT question, Several uplinks for several vlans

 

I was hoping that Merakis were able to route by source IP...

Thank you though @cmr 

 

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