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give me a scenario to impliment PAT in a LAN

give me a scenario to impliment PAT in a LAN

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We are out of IP addresses in a LAN which are routable IP's and we require some more IP's . Could any one give me an example scenario to solve this probelm?

Thanks,

RE: give me a scenario to impliment PAT in a LAN

Well the scenario you have just outlined (i.e. lack of address space) is the most compelling reason to use PAT on a network.

Did you also require configuration steps to achieve what you want? And if so, what kind of router do you have?

RE: give me a scenario to impliment PAT in a LAN

(OP)
Thank you for your reply.

Cisco 7206 router.

RE: give me a scenario to impliment PAT in a LAN

(OP)
Hi,
I need a configuration if all the Ethernets are assaigned  IP address and in production. Then How will I assaign inside and outside interfaces. This is my question. Please give me the configuration with this type of scenario.

Thanks

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