Show Name: ASA Network Address Translation (NAT)
Contributors: David White Jr., Jay Johnston
Posting Date: September 10, 2013
Description: Jay and David discuss the new NAT configuration style introduced with ASA version 8.3. The overall approach to configuring NAT are discussed, along with troubleshooting techniques, and best practices.
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Is there any plans to introduce a CLI command that would show all the parameters of the Auto NAT / Network Object NAT? I mean one command to show us all the parameters under the actual "object". Or rather modify the "show run nat" command to include this information?
At the moment "show run nat" wont provide the full output but requires you to use other commands to show the actual "host" / "subnet" / "range" content of the "object network" which makes it abit tedious.
I for example have to use "show run object id <object name>" to determine its contents
I guess I might be able to use the command "show nat detail" or "show nat object <object name> detail" but doesnt show the information in the actual command format.
Might aswell advertice my NAT document while I am commenting (Work in Progress)
Oh and by the way,
When I try to listen to this podcast it only has a run time of 14min 36 seconds.
We're working to fix that right now. Our apologies!
Were there any show notes with this podcast? I was interested in seeing the use cases for the different types of NAT that were discussed.
Really loved it.
I would like to meet with you guys when GE team is in RTP next month.
Sure, sounds great. Email us directly: securityshow [at] cisco.com
so we can work out the details!
Where are the show notes, referred to in the mp3?