I would like to know what is the order in which the router processes a packet. For eg. when a router receives a packet, it would check the routing table, ACL, QOS, NAT etc ... What is the order in which these operations are carried out. The one that i found from cisco website seems to be specific to only NAT & QoS operations but I would like to know in general. Thanks in advance for your assistance.
The link that you provided only mentions NAT order of operation. But in general, if there is NAT, QOS, ACL's etc configured, which one takes precedene first and how the order of operations goes on. This is what i am looking for. Thanks!
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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