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Overload & Dynamic NAT

I want to know if it is possible to use Overload and Dynamic NAT on the same IP network? What I'm trying to do is use inside host ID's 1 to 50 for NAT Overload and use the remaining for Dynamic NAT.

If possible how do you setup the access-lists for this to work. I am using a Cisco 2621.

Thanks

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Re: Overload & Dynamic NAT

No. You’ll have to configure NAT overload and then set static NAT (http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/556/9.html) for the hosts you never want to use the overload address.

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