NAT Problem

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Mar 31st, 2009


I have to replace a fiewall with a couple of interfaces. The firewall is do NAT to all the other interfaces.

I have a question about my config as i didn't succeeded into replacing it earlier.

my config is :

global (T_1) 1 interface

global (LAN) 1 interface

global (OLAN) 1 interface

global (T_2) 1 interface

global (rt) 1 interface

nat (LAN) 1 192.x.y.0

nat (kLAN) 1 10.x.y.0


Is it possible that this config is not working? Do i neet to create different NAT ID for translation to other global pools?



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Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 04/06/2009 - 05:24

If a host with a private address needs to communicate with a remote host on another network, it must do so indirectly by sending that traffic to an intermediary, such as the Logical Firewall, which will do "Network Address Translation" (NAT). You can use the show ip nat translation command on Router to verify that the translation does exist in the translation table:


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