â¢ Multicast group Network Address Translation (NAT): Multicast applications include distance learning, telemedicine, and financial applications. The multicast group NAT feature enables the separation of internal multicast streams from external multicast streams for added security.
We are trying to NAT a multicast group through an ASA 5510 running 8.2.1. We have it in routed mode and the group 22.214.171.124 exists on the inside, and we want it to be 126.96.36.199 on the outside. We can NAT the source, but need the group to be translated. Am I correctly understanding that this is a new feature in 8.2.1? If so, can you provide pointers to working configs?
Sometimes I'm very annoyed by the way Cisco represents the information about a particular topic. The question was asked about NAT and multicast and the answer is absolutely perfunctory and non-relevant. People asking the question of NAT support of multicast on ASA don't need to know what applications use multicast. Moreover, there's no Cisco guide shedding any word how to configure NAT for multicast. Any documentation about multicast support for ASA software just doesn't mention it. Why does Cisco representative points to the generic article that doesn't bear any technical information other then product bulletin ?
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