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I have the below command. What will the below command exactly do ?
Will this dynamic NAT will work ? Is this really dynamic NAT...
static (outside,inside) 112.31.8.0 122.30.16.0 netmask 255.255.255.0

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thank you for the link. But could you tell me what exactly the above command which i mentioned works

static (outside,inside) 112.31.8.0 122.30.16.0 netmask 255.255.255.0
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Translate 112.31.8.0 /24 to 122.30.16.0/24

for example:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa82/configuration/guide/nat_static.html
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Right, it translates 112.31.8.0 /24 to 122.30.16.0/24

What contexts are you using it in?
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It is not a dynamic nat, it is a static network NAT
inside hosts in 122.30.16.0 network will be translated to external IP 112.31.8.0 addresses

the last octet will be same as originating host
 122.30.16.1 = 112.31.8.1
 122.30.16.12 = 112.31.8.12
<etc>
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if I assign less no of IP address for translation will it perfrom overloading based on port.

for example 1 IP needs to be translated & the IP is not available for NAT will be be NATed based on port
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HI, do you have any question?
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thanks
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