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Configure NAT overload

Configure NAT overload: Cisco Networking Foundations
Configure NAT overload: Cisco Networking Foundations

Learn how to configure dynamic network address translation on a Cisco device for your inside hosts to allow them to gain access to the Internet, but to also overload them by using the Port Address Translation (PAT) keyword. By creating a pool of inside global addresses and then allowing the inside addresses to use the pool in order to get an inside global access, the inside hosts will now be able to access the Internet by using only one global IP address.

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Skill Level Intermediate
4h 55m
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Network Administration IT Cisco

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