I configured basic NAT for a 1700. When I go and run
show ip nat trans I see outside & inside local and global transactions in the form of icmp and udp only - no tcp connections. Like I said b/4 I placed basic NAT&PAT statements so I could rule out NAT&PAT. The users can ping everything they desire but Internet Explorer times out. Should I focus on something else or does this seem to be a NAT/PAT problem. I also just have one access-list statement
access-list 1 permit 10.0.0.0 0.0.0.255 to let everyone and everything out(this is the only one that exists).
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