class-list (for many pools, non-LSN)

Description                                                    Configure IP class lists for deployment that use a large number of NAT pools.

Syntax                                                                  [no] class-list list-name [ipv4 | ipv6] [file filename]




Adds the list to the running-config.

file filename

Saves the list to a standalone file on the ACOS device.

ipv4 | ipv6

Identifies this list as an IPv4 or IPv6 class list.

This command changes the CLI to the configuration level for the specified class list, where the following commands are available.

[no] ipaddr /network-mask glid num

This command specifies the inside subnet that requires the NAT.




Specify the network mask.

To configure a wildcard IP address, specify /0. The wildcard address matches on all addresses that do not match any entry in the class list.

glid num

Specify the global LID that refers to the pool.

(The other commands are common to all CLI configuration levels. See Config Commands: Global.)

Default                                                                None

Mode                                                                   Configuration mode

Usage                                                                  First configure the IP pools. Then configure the global LIDs. In each global LID, use the use-nat-pool pool-name command to map clients to the pool. Then configure the class list entries.

As an alternative to configuring class entries on the ACOS device, you can configure the class list using a text editor on another device, then import the class list onto the ACOS device. To import a class list, see import.

If you delete a file-based class list (no class-list list-name), save the configuration (write memory) to complete the deletion.

Example                                                            See the “Configuring Dynamic IP NAT with Many Pools” section in the “Network Address Translation” chapter of the System Configuration and Administration Guide.

Table of Contents