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Answers: Dynamic NAT 1

Answers: Dynamic NAT 1

🕔09:10, 10.Aug 2016 This latest lab asked you to configure dynamic NAT. As always, it is helpful to do the lab first, even on paper or in a text editor. However, this is a great one to try on real gear or with Read Full Article
Dynamic NAT 1

Dynamic NAT 1

🕔09:05, 8.Aug 2016 Dynamic NAT – specifically, dynamic NAT without also doing PAT – creates a 1-to-1 mapping between an inside local address and an inside global address. Unlike static NAT, however, with dynamic NAT the specific IP addresses to map are not Read Full Article
Answers: PAT w/ a Pool 1

Answers: PAT w/ a Pool 1

🕔09:10, 13.Jul 2016 Configuring #PAT with a pool has it all as far as NAT is concerned. Exercise your memory and skills, and as always, find a place to try it out if you can. (This config may have the command with the Read Full Article
PAT w/ a Pool 1

PAT w/ a Pool 1

🕔09:05, 11.Jul 2016 Configuring #PAT with a pool of inside global addresses combines most everything you can possibly configure with NAT in a Cisco router. Take a look at the requirements in this latest lab and put together your own configuration, with a Read Full Article
Answers: Interface PAT 1

Answers: Interface PAT 1

🕔09:10, 29.Jun 2016 #PAT configuration does not take a lot of configuration, but it can be easy to overlook the basics. Today’s post asks you to configure PAT, using a single global address (an interface address). The lab requirements are at this post; Read Full Article
Interface PAT 1

Interface PAT 1

🕔09:05, 27.Jun 2016 #PAT – Port Address Translation – plays a huge role in IPv4 networks. Today’s post looks at the simpler of the two configuration options for router NAT configuration, which is to use a single router interface IP address as in Read Full Article
Answers: Static NAT 1

Answers: Static NAT 1

🕔09:05, 23.Apr 2016 Static NAT configuration looks so simple when looking at a sample. Finish off your skills by trying one for yourself, without looking at any notes for help. Check out the requirements for the lab in the earlier post, as usual! Read Full Article
Static NAT 1

Static NAT 1

🕔09:05, 22.Apr 2016 Static NAT matches a single inside local address with a single inside global address. It does not conserve addresses, but it does let you make a server reachable to external devices with a permanent address to use with the static Read Full Article

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