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  1. Hi Rene,

    Nice Article . Please carry on .


  2. Hi Rene,

    ASA1(config)# nat (OUTSIDE,OUTSIDE) source dynamic VPN_POOL interface

    I got few doubt about the above statements

    [1] Why is the key word SOURCE used in the NAT statement

    [2] waht effect it would make if the Dynamic is changed to Static in NAT statment

  3. STATIC is a one to 1 mapping ie public maps to private all the time.

    DYNAMIC would be used if you had multiple connections that needed to be NATTed as you can then define a range of IP addresses using an access list and when a NAT translation needed to be made, then it would use a free public IP address from the access list.

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