Giulivo Navigante wrote:
> Braun Brelin wrote:
>> Hello all,
>>> Any other major reason to use Dynamic vs. Static NAT?
>> I think they have two different objectives,
>> static nat maps on a one-to-one basis:
>> (example 192.168.1.1 -> 220.127.116.11)
>> dynamic nat maps on a group basis:
>> (example 192.168.5.1 -> IPs_POOL)
>> which one is correct depends on what you need, what is your practical
> case of use?
I didn't read the original question properly :)
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