I have NAT set up for both source and destination translation on 2610 router.
When the devices configured for NAT start communicating, several dynamic NAT entries are created. Recently, I needed to change an IP address for DR testing (192.168.21.5 --> 192.168.21.158). However, I was unable to remove the entry using the 'no' command before the NAT statement. I tried using the 'clear ip nat outside' statement , but I received output errors. I finally had to clear the entire dynamic NAT translation table (clear ip nat trans *). Once cleared, I could remove the static NAT statement for 192.168.21.5 using the 'no' command.
Is there a way for me to just clear that specific IP addresses NAT translation entries. I don't want to affect the other static IP translations taking place (192.168.12.200).
Check out the attached file, it contains the config, ver, and error output when I try to make NAT statement changes.
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