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ip nat inside source static command w/redundancy and route-map not working

I have a 3745 running IOS 12.3. We are trying to enter this:

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ip nat inside source static 172.1.1.2 125.254.1.1 redundancy HSRP100 route-map ITNAT

access-list 101 permit ip host 172.1.1.2 host 149.1.1.1

route-map ITNAT permit 10

match ip address 101

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We get an invalid command indicating that "redundancy" and the "route-map" may not be permitted in the "ip nat inside source static statement together. Has anyone run across this before?

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Re: ip nat inside source static command w/redundancy and route-m

AKAIK - route-map nat is not supported on the 3745, I know it's not supported on the 65xx.

HTH>

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Re: ip nat inside source static command w/redundancy and route-m

When I enter in the command "ip nat inside source static ", I have the following commands to choose from:

extendable - Extend this translation when used

no-alias - Do not create an alias for the global address

no-payload - No translation of embedded address/port in the payload

redundancy - NAT redundancy operation

route-map - Specify route-map

vrf - Specify vrf

So.. it looks like it supports "route-map"

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Re: ip nat inside source static command w/redundancy and route-m

When I enter in the command "ip nat inside source static ", I have the following commands to choose from:

extendable - Extend this translation when used

no-alias - Do not create an alias for the global address

no-payload - No translation of embedded address/port in the payload

redundancy - NAT redundancy operation

route-map - Specify route-map

vrf - Specify vrf

So.. it looks like it supports "route-map"

Re: ip nat inside source static command w/redundancy and route-m

I hate to point this out - but just because the command is visible, does not mean that it will work or it's acutally supported.

I just check the cisco feature navigator and "NAT - Ability to use Routes Maps with Static Translations" is only availabile in

GD Release 12.3(26)

LD Release 12.4(13) 12.4(4)T3 12.3(17c)

ED Release 12.4(11)XJ4 12.4(6)XT2 12.4(4)XC7 12.4(2)XA2 12.3(14)T7 12.3(11)YZ2 12.3(11)XL1

12.3(8)ZA 12.3(4)XD4 12.2(15)ZJ5 12.2(15)T16 12.2(11)YT2

MD Release 12.4(23) 12.4(15)T8

on the 3745 platform.

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Re: ip nat inside source static command w/redundancy and route-m

Ok. I understand. Would you happen to know how we could NAT ip address 172.1.1.2 to 125.254.1.1 only when the 172.1.1.2 source is trying to get to 149.1.1.1 without a route-map?

Re: ip nat inside source static command w/redundancy and route-m

Mmmmm off the top of my head no - I would try a route-map first. Then I would see if it were possible to NAT closer to the destination rather than the source? if that is not possible - then I would consider to upgrade the IOS.

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Re: ip nat inside source static command w/redundancy and route-m

When I enter in the command "ip nat inside source static ", I have the following commands to choose from:

extendable - Extend this translation when used

no-alias - Do not create an alias for the global address

no-payload - No translation of embedded address/port in the payload

redundancy - NAT redundancy operation

route-map - Specify route-map

vrf - Specify vrf

So.. it looks like it supports "route-map"

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