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Cisco Router - Using route-map or list in NAT/PAT

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In Cisco IOS, I'm wondering what the applicable differences are between using a route-map (that matches an ACL) or using a source ACL directly.

Both examples below. In the case of the route-map, the route-map definition matches the same ACL as the other option.

Just looking to understand if there's any difference in how the ACL is applied to a route-map vs. how it's applied directly called in the NAT statement.

Regards,

Luis
ip nat inside source route-map ROUTEMAPNAME interaface FastEthernet 0 overload


ip nat inside source list 1 interface FastEthernet 0 overload

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A route-map gives you more granularity, you can match interfaces do things a little differently. For 90% of deployments, the usual "ip nat inside source list <ACL>" works just fine.
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