If use NAT 0 on an interface, then there is no need for me to make any static statements, right?
For example, say I have an extra interface to be used for test network. I enable it, name it, and give it an IP address (to be used as gateway). The network address will be, for example, 126.96.36.199, which I own.
I can just make a statement:
nat (test) 0 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.0
Thats it, no need for static commands even when going to higher interfaces?
The nat 0 cmd lets you diable addrs translation so that inside IP addresses are visible on the outside with tanslation. The use nat 0 alone does not permit access from outside to the inside but if you require access from outside to inside, then use either conduit or access-list (depending on you PIX IOS). So you are correct in that there's no need for static translation.
And I presume that the IP addresses are InterNIC registered.
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