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Issues configuring a NAT on 4510R

I have a 4510R-E with a Sup engine 6E, running cat4500e-entservicesk9-mz-122-53.SG, and can't seem to get the NAT configured. Every time time I type in ip nat inside on an interface, or try and set up the nat pool, it comes back with an unrecognized command. If I type in ip nat stat, or translations, it will show empty, so I knows of nat, but will not let me configure it. I know it has to be something simple that I am missing. But it is a Friday, and I am kinda tired, and yes ip routing is enabled. Suggestions?

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Re: Issues configuring a NAT on 4510R

Mack

It's not you i'm afraid. The 4500 switches do not support NAT even though the commands are there. Indeed only the 6500 switch supports NAT as far as i am aware.

Jon

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Re: Issues configuring a NAT on 4510R

I was afraid of that. Welp, I guess I will have to get a little wireless router or something to stick next to it. I just need to NAT 1 machine. I might be able to do it with ACL's. I need traffic originating from one machine free reign, but not let any other non-originating traffic see it....like a firewall per se.

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Poirot

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