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removing a cisco command line ??

Posted on 2004-10-12
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I have the following two command lines that I need to remove can you show me how I can do this;

ip nat pool nat 69.152.x.x 69.152.x.x netmask 255.255.255.x
ip nat inside source list 1 pool nat overload.

When I try and remove these lines using the "no" command I get "dynamic mapping in use cannot remove".Thank you for your help.

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That means someone is using oine of your ips.  I recommend the following

Pull the network cable out of the port.

Use the Clear Xlate command

Restart the router,

Run your NO commands.

Save config, Restart
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Use the following command, then use the no form of the commands:

clear ip nat translation *
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