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Hi ALL:

Couls any one let me know what does this command means, why i am using same ip for server and outside an why 0 0 at the end i am confused.

static (Server,outside) 172.20.2.0 172.20.2.0 netmask 255.255.254.0 0 0

Chao

Vishwa

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Re: Command

Vishwa,

The first 0 pertains to the maximun number of connections and the second 0 is the number of embryonic connections that are allowed .

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/pix/pix63/command/reference/s.html#wp1026694

In above link see max_conns for first 0 and emb_limit for second 0

When you issue at command line a static nat entry , you do not have to place the 0 0 at the end since they both default to 0s.

static (Server,outside) 172.20.2.0 172.20.2.0 netmask 255.255.254.0

using same subnet address 172.20.2.0 simply means you are not NATing between the two interfaces.

Regards

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Re: Command

Vishwa,

using same subnet address 172.20.2.0 simply means you are not NATing between the two interfaces.

A little correction, let me rephrase above statement

with this static nat there is no NAT address translation which means 172.20.2.0 network will be presented to the oustide as 172.20.2.0.

Regards

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