I are trying to add a route-map statement to a nat statement. We have a Cisco 2811 firewall/router. I initiall added the "ip nat inside source static statement using the GUI SDM configuration tool. When it was loaded it didn't show the route-map statement (see example below of one with the map and the one I added without the map) or allow me to add or edit it to include the statement. So I tried to telenet into the router and can't see how to do this. I am a novice doing this. Please be very specific in responding and please don't assume I have any specific knowlege.
See example is below:
ip nat inside source static 192.168.100.15 2xx.xxx.xxx.69 route-map nonat-static
ip nat inside source static 192.168.100.13 2xx.xxx.xxx.70
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