Issues configuring a NAT on 4510R

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Nov 6th, 2009
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I have a 4510R-E with a Sup engine 6E, running cat4500e-entservicesk9-mz-122-53.SG, and can't seem to get the NAT configured. Every time time I type in ip nat inside on an interface, or try and set up the nat pool, it comes back with an unrecognized command. If I type in ip nat stat, or translations, it will show empty, so I knows of nat, but will not let me configure it. I know it has to be something simple that I am missing. But it is a Friday, and I am kinda tired, and yes ip routing is enabled. Suggestions?


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Jon Marshall Fri, 11/06/2009 - 11:33
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It's not you i'm afraid. The 4500 switches do not support NAT even though the commands are there. Indeed only the 6500 switch supports NAT as far as i am aware.


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poirot1967 Fri, 11/06/2009 - 12:06
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I was afraid of that. Welp, I guess I will have to get a little wireless router or something to stick next to it. I just need to NAT 1 machine. I might be able to do it with ACL's. I need traffic originating from one machine free reign, but not let any other non-originating traffic see it....like a firewall per se.


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