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Address Types 4 simple steps to NAT NAT Keywords

Inside Local actual address assigned to an inside host Define inside and outside interfaces IP address Pool used in inside global
NAT Pool or outside local addresses for
Inside Global Inside address seen from the outside Define inside ACL (if required) translations
Pool This is the name of pool. We can
Outside Local Actual address assigned to an outside host Define outside pool (if required) Name choose any descriptive name here.
Start IP First IP address from the IP range
Outside Global Outside address seen from the inside Start NAT
Address which is available for translation.
Troubleshooting and Verification End IP Last IP address from the IP range

NAT
Address which is available for translation
show ip nat translations
Subnet
Show run | include nat Subnet mask of IP range.
Mask
show ip nat statistics
Maps many Private IP addresses to a
Overload
clear ip nat translations single IP address using ports
Static NAT Dynamic NAT NAT Overload

Static NAT Dynamic NAT NAT Overload (PAT)


One-to-one mapping between local and global Many-to-one (one real Internet IP to many internal,
Mapping from a global pool (Multiple Global IPs)
addresses Port Address Translation)