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1603 router & NAT ?

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Does anyone know if this router supports NAT and will it need to be configured in anyway to do this ?


Im new to this company and they use the router to control pc's with their own Internet ip address's, there is a proxy server with its own internet ip address connected to the router which is used by the LAN to access the internet. I would like to get rid of the proxy and get the lan to use the router directly.

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roger.xu Tue, 07/31/2001 - 10:44
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you can do PAT , but you need to upgrade the RAM and flash memory before doing that. The IOS version with firewall function need more memory than default by

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