Re: (Probably very easy) - How do I remove NAT from a Cisco rout
The reason you receive these error messages is because you are trying to change part of a NAT configuration that is responsible for creating dynamic translations that still exist in the translation table.
In order to change the NAT configuration in this situation, you need to clear the table of translations
that are being used before the change is accepted. use clear ip nat translation * command. and refer the
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