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NAT option not available? Nor Seen?

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I am gonna try doing nat....but i do not see an option for it? i am currently runnning version 11.2 and when i go in exec mode and then type Config T i do a ip ? i do not see a NAT??? Help plz.
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by:jjeff1
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Do you have the nat feature set? I believe it is no included in the standard IP software. You need the firewall IOS.
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i am using a Cisco 2522. theres is very minimum ram and flash. what is the lowest i can go ??? to use this software ios that is campable of using it?
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by:geoffryn
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The command is IP NAT.  The NAT command is part of several versions of IOS 11.2.  You do not have to have the IOS Firewall to NAT.  The hardware requirement depends on the number of devices that are going to be using the NAT service and the bandwidth.
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lrmoore earned 50 total points
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According to this Cisco link, you would need at least 11.3 with PLUS feature pack:
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/iosw/ioft/iofwft/prodlit/iosnt_qp.htm

You will need minimum of 8MB flash and 4MB DRAM to run 11.3.11a IP PLUS

12.0 IP ONLY has the same memory requirements. If you have 8/4 I would go with 12.0.8 IP ONLY.
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by:crieman
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If you have questions about what feature is in hwat release or feature set, use feature navigator to find it.
http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/FeatureNav/FN.pl

lrmoore is right on this...you could even go 12.0(9) IP ONLY, anything above that requires more memory.
 c2500-i-l.12.0-9

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Thanks to all!!!! right on lrmoore!
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