nat or no nat

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Mar 27th, 2009
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I don't think I'll need nat enabled, but wanted to double check:


My ASA that I'm configuring is behind another device that actually NATs the traffic for us. I have a public address assigned to my outside interface on the ASA and a private on the inside. I believe I can use "no nat-control", but I think I'll still need to use static commands to redirect the traffic.


Does this sound right?


Thanks,

John

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srue Fri, 03/27/2009 - 15:22
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can you elaborate on this, "but I think I'll still need to use static commands to redirect the traffic. "?


Make sure the device that is actually NAT'ing for you, has the proper routing table entries pointing to the ASA to get back to the 'private' network address space.

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