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How to setup nat

Posted on 2008-06-18
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What i need to know is how to nat on cisco 4948 the ip nat no longer works and i think you need policy-maps now or something.
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Please post the running config - seeing what you have will help to get you to where you want to go
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I just need to no how to enable nat in a 4948 you dont need the config just use an example
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What interface, what vlan, what loopback - once known, people up here can suggest a config that best fit your situation; Otherwise,  if you just need to know how to configure NAT, go to Cisco site.
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int gig 0/1, vlan 2 ip range i want to nat is 192.168.101.0 to public ip 24.244.167.34
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