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NAT rule vs network object NAt in the ASA ?!!

hi all ,

im asking here whats the differnce between the NAT rule  and network object "NAT" ???

i found that i can do my nat rules by two methods

by

NAT rule  & object "NAT"

but im asking here whats the differnce between them ??

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NAT rule vs network object NAt in the ASA ?!!

Object NAT is nothing but its a new feature introduced in ASA version 8.3&Later to configure NAT rules(Static,Dynamic and PAT)

All NAT rules that are configured as a parameter of a network object are considered to be network object NAT rules. Network object NAT is a quick and easy way to configure NAT for a network object, which can be a single IP address, a range of addresses, or a subnet. After you configure the network object, you can then identify the mapped address for that object.

Refer :

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/asa83/asdm63/configuration_guide/config/nat_objects.html

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New Member

NAT rule vs network object NAt in the ASA ?!!

Object NAT is nothing but its a new feature introduced in ASA version 8.3&Later to configure NAT rules(Static,Dynamic and PAT)

All NAT rules that are configured as a parameter of a network object are considered to be network object NAT rules. Network object NAT is a quick and easy way to configure NAT for a network object, which can be a single IP address, a range of addresses, or a subnet. After you configure the network object, you can then identify the mapped address for that object.

Refer :

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/asa83/asdm63/configuration_guide/config/nat_objects.html

***Please rate if it is usefull***

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NAT rule vs network object NAt in the ASA ?!!

thankx

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