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NAT Timeout values

In older versions of the FOS, you could set the timeout on a nat command - why was this taken away?

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Re: NAT Timeout values

what version of FOS are you talking about.I checked in version 5.0 and this was not there either.

not sure on ver 4.x

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Re: NAT Timeout values

The options available were:

address: Network address to be translated

dns: specifies that DNS replies that match the xlate are translated

hh:mm:ss - the timeout interval for the translation slot. However, timeout only occurs if no TCP or UDP connection is actively using the translation.

This comes from my study guide:

Page 6-18 Student Guide

Cisco Secure PIX Firewall Advanced Volume 1 Version 3.0

Re: NAT Timeout values

Hi,

Wow, and I thought I had been working on PIX's for a long time...

Anyway, I never had experience with this command set but I think I do see what this command did. Today, we replace this functionality with the timeout command. See this link for more info:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/iaabu/pix/pix_sw/v_63/cmdref/tz.htm#1026093

Hope this helps.

Scott

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