CCNA 200-120: NAT Configuration 64/84 Free Video Training Course

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C PAT 

Very helpful. I will need to recreate this a few times to pound it in. One time for NATing just won't be enough but looks like extremely important info.


Junpei 

Great Video about NAT. Very Interesting!


Zay Plays 

Thanks Andrew you helped me pass my ICND1 exam


Cameron Brown 

Hi again Andrew, so I tried it with the cloud setup, but in CPT v6, the NAT doesn't pull anything up and it spits out random errors. I'm not sure how to setup the cloud in this version. I tried making a DNS server, got all ip's correct, but the pc0 still couldn't get the outside global nor local, but it showed the insides were correct.


Andres Herrera 

hi, the nat address pool is not the lan subnet, is the inside global subnet or the interface that connects to the wan, excellent material


stephen mitchell 

Hey Andrew, thanks for the videos. I have a question. when you configure the nat pool IP's (starting IP and ending IP) is it the IP's you have from the ISP, or is it the IP's from the LAN.  At the start of the Video you mention the only thing you have set on the lab are the IP addresses, but you don't mention what they are. so it isn't clear what the nat IP range is from.  Thanks again for the Video's, I may be one of your testimonials soon!