Yeah, I’m slowly figuring that out. I applied NAT and got it working. I changed stratix-computer1’s IP address to 192.168.1.90 and translated it to 172.16.33.90 and was able to ping it from my computer. Realized that applying NAT prevents devices on the same VLAN from communicating. Stratix-computer2 could no longer be pinged at 172.16.33.92. Changed it to 192.168.1.92 and added that translation to the instance. Then I was able to ping it again.
I’m not sure that we’ll ever implement NAT, but if we do what happens if multiple Stratixes are setup using NAT with the same VLAN? So Stratix1 and Stratix2 are connected to the Juniper via trunk ports. Both use VLAN 12 and NAT is setup with the below devices:
Switch Device IP address Public IP
Stratix1 Controller1 192.168.1.10 172.16.33.10
Stratix2 Controller2 192.168.1.10 172.16.33.20
Would that work?