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IP nat inside source command with : match-in-vrf

Hi,

What is the explanation of the option " match-in-vrf" in the command ip nat inside source?

Because nothing is explain on the CCO.

router(config)#ip nat inside source list TEST pool POOL_TEST vrf VRF_TEST ?

match-in-vrf Match incoming vrf

overload Overload an address translation

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Re: IP nat inside source command with : match-in-vrf

The match-in-vrf keyword is missing from the ip nat inside source command, and the ip nat inside source command is not accepted at all in interface-configuration mode. This symptom is observed on a Cisco 7200 series that runs Cisco IOS interim Release 12.4(11.6a) or interim Release 12.4(12.03)T but may also affect other routers.

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Re: IP nat inside source command with : match-in-vrf

the match in vrf allow you to have the same translation in two distinct vrf

so that you can have something like

ip nat inside source a.a.a.a b.b.b.b vrf a match-in-vrf

ip nat inside source a.a.a.a b.b.b.b vrf b match-in-vrf

but this feature is, as far as I know, only working for a vrf-lite config.

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IP nat inside source command with : match-in-vrf

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