clear xlate

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Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 11/20/2007 - 14:39

There are some NAT commands that are involved in an access-list change, like NAT0ACL and policy NAT. In these 2 cases, a change in the access-lists implicitly changes the rules of the NAT, and a 'clear xlate' is required. Refer usage guidelines of Generally this can also happen when the ip addresses are not available for translation. If this is the case you can consider implementing PAT.

abdave Sun, 12/02/2007 - 23:50

clear xlate normally require when there is no further IPs are left for translation between private and public can reduce the refreash time . I guess bydefault it is 3 days.


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