Shows Network Address Translation (NAT) information.
|ip||Shows Internet Protocol (IP) information.|
|nat||Shows NAT information.|
NAT maps IP addresses from one address domain (typically a private IP address space) to an another address domain (typically a public Internet IP address space) to provide transparent routing to end hosts. This translation is accomplished transparently by having a NAT device translate the IP address and/or Layer 4 port of the packets.
To enable or disable IP NAT, use the commands enable ip nat and disable ip nat.
The following example shows IP NAT information:
# show ip nat NAT : Disabled Number of NAT VLANs : 0 Maximum number of NAT VLANs : 4 Number of NAT rules : 0 Number of source NAT rules : 0 Number of destination NAPT rules : 0 Number of configured NAPT rules : 0 Number of dynamic NAPT rules : 0 Maximum number of NAT rules : 1024 Aging Time : 20 minutes
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 31.2.
This command is available on the switches that support the IP NAT feature. For information about which switches support this and other features, see the Switch Engine 32.3 Feature License Requirements document.