Static NAT Mappings and Xlate table PIX515E 6.3.5

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Feb 27th, 2007

Hello all, need help here. I configure an one to one NAT for a local machine in my LAN needing a publick IP as:

static (inside,outside) 63.x.x.37 netmask 0 0

When I check the machines public IP it comes up with one public IP picked from my global pool. I know that the assigned public IP I am using is not part of my global NAT pool. The Machine has a static LAN IP so I know is not picking up a different DHCP address and it is confirmed by ipconfig /all.

PIX515E# show xlate | inc

Global 63.x.x.165 Local

What would be the conditions the static NAT would not map to the local IP. Is there a way I could clear the Xlate global without any negative impact.



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Jon Marshall Tue, 02/27/2007 - 13:53

Hi Jorge

You can clear just the individual translation ie.

clear xlate global 63.x.x.165

Be aware that any other mappings to 63.x.x.165 will also be removed.



JORGE RODRIGUEZ Tue, 02/27/2007 - 14:08

Jon, you were right on.

I ensure no other mappings were bound to 63.x.x.165 , I issued your reommended xlate global and the issue was resolved. The got the right public IP.

Thank you ,



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