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ASA 5510 PAT question

Posted on 2016-10-21
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I have the below syntax for one of my public IPs.. This being a static outbound NAT.  Can't I still add PAT's to this IP or will they not reply correctly since I have a static outbound NAT to the below IP?

object network obj-192.168.1.11-outgoing
nat (inside,outside) static mypublicIP
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No. You can't add PAT's to static one to one NAT.
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