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NAT

whatis the range in the following nat st.

nat (inside) 1 10.80.133.192 255.255.255.254

will it be 10.80.133.192,193

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Bronze

Re: NAT

The nat (inside) private ip address that to be translated into global IP address or a subnet that will be translated into public IP address.

You need also to configure the global command, the following command will help you.

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nat (inside) 1 10.10.10.100 255.255.255.255 /private IP address

global (outsdie) 1 220.220.220.220 /Public IP address

OR

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nat (inside) 5 10.10.10.0 255.255.255.0

global (outside) 5 220.220.220.220

Any IP address from the mentioned subnet below will have a single IP address (220.220.220.220), this is called Port Address Translation (PAT)

I hope to be helpful.

Please rate if it does.

Thank you

Abd Alqader

New Member

Re: NAT

I ve asked for the inside range only. ie the significance of the mask 25.255.255.254

whether it's 10.80.133.192

or

10.80.133.192,10.80.133.193

Silver

Re: NAT

That mask says to nat the 10.80.133.192 network which only has 2 hosts with that subnet mask. 10.80.133.192 & 10.80.133.193

Free Subnet Calculator

http://www.solarwinds.net/Download-Tools.htm

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