Hi, I was wondering if any of you out there are also confused as to when to use the 'ip nat inside' & 'ip nat outside' cmds. I've done extensive reading on this & even the Cisco web site tends to be confusing on this issue.
Is it as simple as the network that will be natted coming in from the outside has the 'ip nat outside' cmd & the interface that has the internal networks have the 'ip nat inside' cmd?
Yes, very straight forward. NAT inside typically refers to the private side, whereas NAT outside refers to the public side. Now, there are certain scenarios where that is not true, but it's a general sense.
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