The objective of this lab exercise is for you to learn and understand how to configure dynamic NAT using a pool of IP addresses for translation.
NAT configuration is a fundamental skill. Dynamic NAT provides dynamic one-to-one translation between private IP addresses (RFC 1918) and public IP addresses. Dynamic NAT is typically used to provide inside private hosts with access to public or external networks without revealing the private IP addresses of the inside hosts. When dynamic NAT is used, hosts on the outside cannot access hosts on the inside. In other words, dynamic . . .
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