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Cisco 877W NAT and No NAT Config - blocking traffic

Posted on 2012-03-19
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Hi all

In the attached cisco config extract, computers on vlan 3 with IP addresses other than 172.16.16.2 can't connect to the internet.

Can anyone assist?

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Julian
20120319-config.txt
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You have static NAT entries for 172.16.16.2 that use the .35 address. As you have not set the overload keyword in the NAT source list no other system can use this address anymore.

ip nat inside source list 190 pool SBS-LAN overload
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Many thanks
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You're very welcome.
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