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pat overload possible?

Is it possible to map multiple private addresses to one public address and be able to remotely access those devices from the internet such as using telnet. I know you can acomplish this by doing one to one static mappings but want to know if you can do a nat overload and accomplish the same thing. Since Pat uses TCP and UDP Port numbers to identify the devices inside your LAN, can I remotely access these devices through telnet by specifying the IP address and the UDP Port number? Or am I going to have to resort to using static mappings.

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Re: pat overload possible?

You can configure port forwarding (aka static PAT) to map specific ports on a public address to ports on an inside private, as described in:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/794/827spat.html

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Re: pat overload possible?

You can configure port forwarding (aka static PAT) to map specific ports on a public address to ports on an inside private, as described in:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/794/827spat.html

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