11-29-2010 01:15 AM
can anybody explain to me what this commands do?
edit security nat source rule-set a rule a then source-nat pool persistent-nat permit]
set any-remote-host -or-
set target-host -or-
Where is the differnce, what does it do?
11-30-2010 01:01 AM
I think I dont get it.
so, does it mean that you can establish connection from external to internal to my NATed IP-Address? sounds a bit like static NAT for me....can anybody show me an example when to use this kind of nat?
Thank you very much.
12-03-2010 08:30 AM - edited 12-03-2010 08:31 AM
Hi entrada ,
It is not like static nat
Enabling persistent nat ensures that the Assigned source ip from the pool will remain the Same
Some applications require connecting user to have the same source ip even if it has multiple connections
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04-22-2012 10:04 AM
I think persistent nat is similar to static nat, and you are referring to source nat with "address-persistent." I myself am thinking persistent nat any remote host is just about the same as static nat.. ONly difference is source nat can be matched to a specific context.