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What command would be used as part of configuring NAT or PAT to link the inside local addresses to the pool of addresses available for PAT translation?

  • ip nat inside source static 172.19.89.13 198.133.219.65
  • ip nat inside source list ACCTNG pool POOL-STAT
  • ip nat inside source list 14 pool POOL-STAT overload
  • ip nat translation timeout 36000
Explanation & Hint:

The command used as part of configuring Network Address Translation (NAT) or Port Address Translation (PAT) to link the inside local addresses to a pool of addresses available for PAT translation is:

ip nat inside source list <access-list-number> pool <pool-name> overload

In this case, the correct command from the given options would be:

ip nat inside source list 14 pool POOL-STAT overload

This command specifies that the router should use the access list numbered 14 to match which inside local addresses should be translated, use the address pool named POOL-STAT for the translation, and apply PAT (the overload keyword allows multiple inside local addresses to be mapped to a single inside global address by using different port numbers).

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