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How can i view the NAT (?) on my IBM 2210 router?

Posted on 2008-10-14
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I need help in viewing my router config.  I'm trying to see all the IP info that are loaded for the rest of my routers on my WAN.
I'm looking for the actual telnet command to view it.  My windows config sw does not work.
THANKS!
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by:Rick Hobbs
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I believe it is "show ip nat translation"
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Hi Rick
I'm looking for the actual command after i enter the T5 or T6.
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Here is the complete command reference guide.  
http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg244446.html
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There are too many pages to search thru.  I wanted a quicker result
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I can list the static routes.  i cannot get into the NAT.  Is static routes the same as NAT?  
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Basically, yes.  The internal private address to the external public address is the NAT translation.  If the router also does PAT, that occurs on the NATted translations.
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OK. I read the manual for you.  The router only does NAT one-to-one translation so your route table is it.
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Thanks Rick.  I've looked too and looks like my NAT was not on.  I'll double check the route table - i did see that.
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the manual was a big book... i'm only 1/3 the way down but found what i needed.
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Glad I was able to be of some assistance.
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