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Dynamic NAT on a 506E

I will get right to the point..Here's my question.

What will happen if you have setup static address translations that fall within the range of the global address pool that that is setup (NAT)?

We have defined a pool of addresses that our ISP has made available to us using the global command. I also have static entries to perform network address translation. If the static entries fall within the range of the global pool, how will the firewall handle this?

Thanks...

Scott

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Re: Dynamic NAT on a 506E

Hi,

static translation takes preference over dynamic (NAT)

usually you should avoid overlapping translation entries

thanks,

Nadeem

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