CCENT: NAT Configuration

Cisco CCENT    |    Beginner
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Network address translation is a process for allowing client systems to access the internet without their own dedicated routable IP. Discover how to configure and use NAT, as you prepare for the 100-105: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • configure a static NAT entry
    create a static NAT entry
    identify the different types of NAT translations
    list the commands needed to configure NAT
    recall the command to display a list of static NAT translations
    choose the correct command to determine if any NAT translations have occurred
    describe the benefits of dynamic NAT
  • recall how to clear the static NAT table
    troubleshoot connectivity issues when working with NAT
    troubleshoot syntax related issues with NAT
    apply the correct command to activate NAT
    configure an access list to be used by NAT
    configure NAT to use port address translation
    troubleshoot NAT using debugging features

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