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NAT

How would you know if NAT is enabled on a router ? What are the indications that NAT is enabled just by running show commands. Thanks in advance.

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Re: NAT

you can check it out your nat by using following command:

sh ip nat translation

show ip nat statistics

and when you have configured nat, then by using debug ip nat you can able to see the translation of ip addresses...you can also use "debug ip nat detailed"

rate this post if it helps

regards

Devang

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Re: NAT

The easiest way to tell will be looking at the LAN interface and underneath the command:

ip nat inside

Will be listed. Likewise

ip nat outside

would be listed under your internet facing interface.

Hope that helps. If not what router \ config do you have?

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