Last Updated on November 23, 2020 by Admin
Refer to the exhibit. A PC at address 10.1.1.45 is unable to access the Internet. What is the most likely cause of the problem?
- The wrong netmask was used on the NAT pool.
- The inside and outside interfaces have been configured backwards.
- The NAT pool has been exhausted.
- Access-list 1 has not been configured properly.
Answers Explanation & Hints:
The output of show ip nat statistics shows that there are 2 total addresses and that 2 addresses have been allocated (100%). This indicates that the NAT pool is out of global addresses to give new clients. Based on the show ip nat translations, PCs at 10.1.1.33 and 10.1.1.123 have used the two available addresses to send ICMP messages to a host on the outside network.