1) nat 0 access-list (nat-exempt) 2) match against existing xlates 3) static a) static nat with and without access-list (first match) b) static pat with and without access-list (first match) 4) nat a) nat access-list (first match) Note: nat 0 access-list is not part of this command. b) nat (best match) Note: When choosing a global address from multiple pools with the same nat id, the following order is tried i) if the id is 0, create an identity xlate. ii) use the global pool for dynamic NAT iii) use the global pool for dynamic PAT 5) Error
does that mean if : global (Internet-facing) 1 interface & nat (local) 1 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 is before global (Internet-facing) 4 interface & nat (local) 4 192.168.100.10 255.255.255.255 ; the host 192.168.100.10 might use nat1 instead of nat4 based on order.
if so, will i have to reverse the order? & how to arrange in that sequence if nat 1 already exists.
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