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asa display IP instead of object groups

Posted on 2014-10-27
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on an asa 9.1, suppose i issue a sh run | in nat

it shows the object groups. What command can i use to display the IPs instead of the object groups?
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Im not sure that you can, the ASA will only hide 'name' entries if you issue a 'no names' configuration mode command, but it will continue to show object groups in both ACLs an NAT statements.

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