Category Archives: NAT

Cisco Router NAT Configuration

Configuring NAT Overload: These configurations will take place on your internet router since this is where NAT needs to happen.  The steps to configure NAT Overload are as follows: Label Interfaces Identify internal IP addresses to be translated Enable NAT overload 1: conf t int e0/0 – our inside interface ip nat inside – tells… Read More »

The 3 styles of NAT

Dynamic NAT Dynamic NAT is a one to one NAT, however you setup an IP pool of NAT’d IPs so when devices cross networks it will NAT them to the pool created.  It can also work in conjunction with DNS to assist with overlapping address ranges.  This is the least common form of NAT. NAT… Read More »