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Configure multiple ports for NAT in one command?

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Im trying to configure a block of ports to be NAT'd to a machine on the internal network. Its for our new VoIP system. Ports 10000-10500 need to be open and I dont want to have to write this for every single port:

ip nat inside source static udp 192.168.43.230 10000 interface FastEthernet0 10000

Is there a form of this command that will allow to specify the entire range of ports to be NAT'd?
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Try creating an IP NAT POOL:

ip nat pool POOL1 192.168.43.230  192.168.43.230  netmask 255.255.255.0 type rotary
ip nat inside source list 1 interface FastEthernet0 overload
ip nat inside destination list MYNATPORTS pool POOL1
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ip access-list extended MYNATPORTS
 permit udp any any range 10000 15000
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by:vizient
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Thanks! I will test it out tonight and let you know how it goes tomorrow morning.
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by:Jay_Gridley
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If this works I'll add this to my knowledgebase... I've had this same problem myself in the past ;-)
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by:Pugglewuggle
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Yes, that will work - it's called "Policy NAT" - basically where you use an Access-List to create a "policy" and then apply it to a NAT statement.
Let me know if you need any more help!
Cheers! :-)
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Hello, did my answer work for you?  Please close out the question if you can?
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Whooops... sorry...  I misread something.  I'm glad it helped out, and I'm sorry for the confusion here.  Take care!
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