where is my NAT translations ?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by dt1649651@yahoo.com, Aug 1, 2005.

  1. Guest

    My router has NAT set up and "debug ip nat" show a lot of NATted
    packets ( it is working now and currently about 50 users are going out
    to the Internet thru it ) , but "sh ip nat translations
    shows me me just an empty line.

    #sh ip nat translations
    Pro Inside global Inside local Outside local
    Outside global

    Any advicve is greatly appreciated.

    DT
    , Aug 1, 2005
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  2. rave Guest

    Hi DT,

    It woule be better if you can paste the debug output and also ip nat
    translation commands here.
    rave, Aug 1, 2005
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  3. Guest

    rave wrote:
    > Hi DT,
    >
    > It woule be better if you can paste the debug output and also ip nat
    > translation commands here.


    Here is part of the "debug ip nat" output
    002187: *Aug 2 00:14:32.845: NAT: TCP s=1755, d=28057->3988
    002188: *Aug 2 00:14:32.845: NAT: s=38.113.221.12, d="my
    gateway"->192.168.249.225 [60684]
    002189: *Aug 2 00:14:32.845: NAT: TCP s=3988->28057, d=1755
    002190: *Aug 2 00:14:32.845: NAT: s=192.168.249.225->"my gateway",
    d=38.113.221.12 [39775]
    002191: *Aug 2 00:14:32.853: NAT: TCP s=1755, d=28057->3988
    002192: *Aug 2 00:14:32.853: NAT: s=38.113.221.12, d="my
    gateway"->192.168.249.225 [60683]
    002193: *Aug 2 00:14:32.853: NAT: TCP s=3988->28057, d=1755
    002194: *Aug 2 00:14:32.853: NAT: s=192.168.249.225->"my gateway",
    d=38.113.221.12 [39776]
    002195: *Aug 2 00:14:33.497: NAT: TCP s=1755, d=28057->3988
    002196: *Aug 2 00:14:33.497: NAT: s=38.113.221.12, d="my
    gateway"->192.168.249.225 [62925]
    002197: *Aug 2 00:14:33.501: NAT: TCP s=3988->28057, d=1755
    002198: *Aug 2 00:14:33.501: NAT: s=192.168.249.225->"my gateway",
    d=38.113.221.12 [39777]
    002199: *Aug 2 00:14:33.505: NAT: TCP s=1755, d=28057->3988
    002200: *Aug 2 00:14:33.509: NAT: s=38.113.221.12, d="my
    gateway"->192.168.249.225 [62924]
    002201: *Aug 2 00:14:33.509: NAT: TCP s=3988->28057, d=1755
    002202: *Aug 2 00:14:33.509: NAT: s=192.168.249.225->"my gateway",
    d=38.113.221.12 [39778]
    002203: *Aug 2 00:14:34.145: NAT: TCP s=1755, d=28057->3988te
    002204: *Aug 2 00:14:34.145: NAT: s=38.113.221.12, d="my
    gateway"->192.168.249.225 [65164]
    002205: *Aug 2 00:14:34.145: NAT: TCP s=3988->28057, d=1755
    002206: *Aug 2 00:14:34.145: NAT: s=192.168.249.225->"my gateway",
    d=38.113.221.12 [39779]
    002207: *Aug 2 00:14:34.153: NAT: TCP s=1755, d=28057->3988
    002208: *Aug 2 00:14:34.153: NAT: s=38.113.221.12, d="my
    gateway"->192.168.249.225 [65163]
    002209: *Aug 2 00:14:34.153: NAT: TCP s=3988->28057, d=1755
    002210: *Aug 2 00:14:34.153: NAT: s=192.168.249.225->"my gateway",
    d=38.113.221.12 [39780]
    002211: *Aug 2 00:14:34.797: NAT: TCP s=1755, d=28057->3988

    and the output of show ip nat translations is
    myhostname# sh ip nat translations
    Pro Inside global Inside local Outside local Outside
    global
    myhostname#

    I use the new IP NAT command ( from 12.3.14T ) "ip nat enable" instead
    of "ip nat inside/outside"


    DT
    , Aug 2, 2005
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  4. mr_dirt

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    Sorry to dig up such an ancient post, especially on my first post here.

    Try "sh ip nat nvi ..." commands.
    mr_dirt, Sep 8, 2006
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