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Static NAT entries show up in the NAT table with no static NAT configured

Core Issue

The show ip nat translations command only shows entries under inside local and inside global.

Resolution

The only way to determine if a translation is static or dynamic is to issue the show ip nat translations [verbose] command.

If the flag shows static, it is a static translation, as shown in this example:

flags: static, extended, extendable, use_count: 0

Otherwise, the partial entry is a dynamic entry, which is most commonly seen with Domain Name System (DNS) traffic.

For more information on Network Address Translation (NAT), refer to NAT Frequently Asked Questions.


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