My company has a /24 global address. The NAT/PAT was setup to translate approx. 60 addresses per subnet using NAT, and then âfailoverâ (is that the right terminology) to PAT. So we have something like what I have below:
Engineering (subnet 10.7.7.0) ---ï (Global Pool 7) NAT 126.96.36.199 - 188.8.131.52, PAT 184.108.40.206
Marketing (subnet 10.7.8.0) -ï (Global Pool 8) NAT 220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168, PAT 22.214.171.124
Can you tell me how common of a configuration the one-to-one mapping with a PAT âfailoverâ or catchall is?
How about from the perspective of resource utilization on the ASA 5510. Is it more work for it to do PAT vs. NAT?
When the ASA looks at the global pool, does it always pull from the NAT before it used the PAT address? That would seem logical, but I wasn't sure if you added the PAT into the pool first, before the range, if it would disregard the range all together.
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