I do not see any particular issue with the configuration of NAT and wonder if there is some other explanation for your problem. Is it possible that the end stations inside the network do not have correct default gateway configured? (for example can the end stations access resources in the 192.168.150.0 and 192.168.151.0 networks?) Or is it possible that you are pinging by address from the router and pinging by name from the inside end station and there is some issue with DNS?
I see access list 101 and 102 configured (and believe that there are some issues with these access lists) but do not see them applied. Can you clarify what is being done with these access lists?
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to determine which MAC Address table to look in for a forwarding
decision. To do this we require the switch to do...
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