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Getting NAT to work with DHCP?

Ok finally I'm successfully pulling in a good dhcp ip address from my service provider. But it doesn't work until i configure NAT. But I have to configure NAT with the ip address of e0 but that's going to be different every day. There has to be a way to get NAT to look a the address of E0 and use that to overload.

What do I have to look into to get this? Thanks

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Re: Getting NAT to work with DHCP?

Hi

did you try doing interface overload instead of ip address overload.

if you do interface overload with the nat command it automatically takes care of dynamic ip address allocation from your ISP side.

regds

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Re: Getting NAT to work with DHCP?

Hi

did you try doing interface overload instead of ip address overload.

if you do interface overload with the nat command it automatically takes care of dynamic ip address allocation from your ISP side.

regds

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