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Configuring NAT Overload on a Cisco router

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Our Technical Knowledgebase has just been updated with a new article showing you how to configure NAT Overload (or PAT - Port Address Translation) on a Cisco router.

Our article on NAT Overload configuration contains detailed diagrams, a complete list of commands and step-by-step instructions to ensure you're able to set it up, troubleshoot and verify its operation.

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