Host using static nat, but attempting to send all internet traffic out overload NAT

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Jul 22nd, 2010
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I have a static nat for a video conferencing host (polycom)    When I attempt to send out traffic, it appears as if it's coming from the overload nat address rather than the static nat it has. 


Static NAT

Overload NAT:   I have a /26 range on the outside.

What might cause this?   Any rules I should check for?

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Robert Taylor Fri, 07/23/2010 - 05:46
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It may help if you include the relevant nat configs...

( "show run | i ip nat" and any acl's or route-maps you have referenced in those statements).

You could potentially use an acl on the overload to deny the polycom source address, and permit everything else.

I would give this a try if you are sure that your traffic from that host is being overloaded.



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