what am I doing wrong here? If I can't specify both and interface and an ip for the NAT, I can live with that. However, I prefer I use the interface rather than the specific ip if I can only use one. But I can't seem to get it removed. I don't dare use the "clear configure nat" command as I have a whole bunch of static NAT in place that I don't want to have to re-enter.
I believe your inability to use the "no..." command is because you are trying to remove an object NAT rule. You need to enter that command from within the network object configuration mode (as oppposed to the global mode). Reference
So go back into config mode, then enter the command "object network obj_any". You should have a prompt that looks something like:
Then you should be able to do the "no nat... " command.
I don't understand how that gives me the ability to PAT to the interface as well as a separate IP address, defined as x.x.x.x in my example. As I don't see reference to an IP address in your example, how can your command be provding that?
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