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natting

Can anyone please tell me what the inside local, global, outside local, global meaning are, I have looked at an article but dont get what it means ? also I have seen a command on the nat statement that says extendable, can anyone tell me what that means also

thanks

Carlos

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Re: natting

Hi

Hope this helps..

Inside Local

Configured IP address assigned to a host on the inside network. Address may be globally unique, allocated out of the private address space defined in RFC 1918, or might be officially allocated to another organization

Inside Global

The IP address of an inside host as it appears to the outside network, "Translated IP Address". Addresses can be allocated from a globally unique address space, typically provided by the ISP (if the enterprise is connected to the global Internet)

Outside Local

The IP address of an outside host as it appears to the inside network. These addresses can be allocated from the RFC 1918 space if desired.

Outside Global

The configured IP address assigned to a host in the outside network

Simple Translation Entry

A translation entry which maps one IP address to another.

Extended Translation Entry

A translation entry which maps one IP address and port pair to another.

regds

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