What happens to traffic that egresses an interface on a router that has "NAT OUTSIDE" configured on this interface.    This traffic entered the router on an interface that does not have "NAT INSIDE". SEE DIAGRAM

Traffic coming from Cloud A and directed out the "Nat Ouside" interface---- will the routing of this traffic be affected in anyway by this interface assuming that the access list does not include this traffic and the incoming interface does not have the "NAT INSIDE" command.
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
Don't see a diagram.

But translation only occurs on traffic between interfaces that are defined as "inside" and "outside".  If either of the interfaces aren't defined, then traffic goes out untranslated.

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