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Can I run static NAT44 in default VRF without ISM or VSM module?

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Aug 14th, 2014
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I have to configure static NAT (1IP to 1 IP NAT44) in default vrf. I don't want to buy  ISM/VSM and licence CGv6

The traffic will be very low (maximum 10000 session per second). I don't want to place a new router. ARS9k has 4.2.1 frimware version.

Can I run static NAT44  in default VRF without ISM or VSM module?

 

Correct Answer by Nicolas Fevrier about 3 years 4 days ago

Hi Tomasz,

unfortunately no, even at very low speed, we can not perform NAT tasks on ASR9000 without a service card.

Kind regards,

N.

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Nicolas Fevrier Thu, 08/14/2014 - 08:02
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Hi Tomasz,

unfortunately no, even at very low speed, we can not perform NAT tasks on ASR9000 without a service card.

Kind regards,

N.

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