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How do you NAT Hairpin in IOS 8.3+

As I asked here and duplicated here it appears NAT Hairpinning is the answer I'm looking for to allow internal servers to loopback through the ASA to access external IP's (without using DNS ...
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Can you ping a Cisco Router's Loopback Interface from a PC using PacketTracer

I may be misunderstanding what you can do with a Router's loopback interface. I am trying to ping it from a PC on the same network. I am using Packet Tracer to simulate this, a Cisco 1841 and a PC ...
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Configuring a loopback interface on a Cisco router

I have Router 1 with the following interfaces: FA0/1: 192.168.9.193 255.255.255.224 S0/0/0: 192.168.9.129 255.255.255.224 S0/0/1: 192.168.9.161 255.255.255.224 This is for my assignment at ...
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Cisco routers “loopback”

I have Cisco RV220W. I have configured with NAT, and its working good from outside. (From WAN) But when I is on LAN-side, and visit my ip-address, for instance http://83.213.21.32:80 I am beeing ...
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HP switch 'mirror port' makes a Cisco switch port err-disabled due to keepalive loop-back

I'm trying to connect an HP ProCurve 5304xl switch to a Cisco 2950. The HP port I'm connecting to is described as a 'mirror port', which appears to be like a SPAN port except that it also allows ...
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How to connect two loopback interfaces on seperate cisco routers?

In order to get my iBGP session working I want to configure a static route from the loopback interface on router A (198.18.1.1/30) to the loopback interface on router B (198.18.1.2/30) and vice versa. ...
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Configuring Cisco ASA to access internal websites with different domains

I can access www.foo.com because my AD domain is foo.com and the webserver's name on the domain is www. I want to access www.bar.com and www.bar-foo.us and whatever alter ego my webserver wants (all ...