show ip nat translations

Description                                                    Display IP source NAT translations.

Syntax                                                                  show ip nat translations

Mode                                                                   All

Example                                                            The following command shows source NAT translations:

ACOS#show ip nat translations

Prot Inside global          Inside local           Outside local          Outside global         Age Hash Type

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Tcp  10.10.120.200:33345      10.10.30.19:35955       10.10.120.124:1107       10.10.120.124:1107       0      1    NF NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:28260      10.10.30.16:64602       10.10.120.111:443        10.10.120.111:443        0      1    NS NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:29988      10.10.30.20:2466        10.10.120.111:80         10.10.120.111:80         0      1    NS NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:29952      10.10.30.16:64638       10.10.120.124:21         10.10.120.124:21         0      1    NS NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:9257       10.10.30.15:48569       10.10.120.124:1093       10.10.120.124:1093       0      1    NF NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:28170      10.10.30.18:38106       10.10.120.124:21         10.10.120.124:21         0      1    NS NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:29845      10.10.30.15:48619       10.10.120.111:443        10.10.120.111:443        0      2    NS NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:28716      10.10.30.15:48624       10.10.120.124:1111       10.10.120.124:1111       0      2    NF NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:29377      10.10.30.19:35947       10.10.120.111:80         10.10.120.111:80         0      2    NS NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:29179      10.10.30.15:48565       10.10.120.111:443        10.10.120.111:443        0      2    NS NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:21887      10.10.30.15:48635       10.10.120.124:1118       10.10.120.124:1118       0      2    NF NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:21800      10.10.30.18:38108       10.10.120.124:1097       10.10.120.124:1097       0      2    NF NAT

Tcp  10.10.120.200:29971      10.10.30.20:2467        10.10.120.111:443        10.10.120.111:443        0      2    NS NAT

 

The following table describes the fields in the command’s output.

Field

Description

Prot

Layer 4 protocol.

Inside global

Global (NAT) address mapped by ACOS to the inside source address (the inside local address).

Inside local

Inside source address before translation.

Outside local

Outside destination address of the traffic.

Outside global

Outside destination address of the traffic. <<always the same as “Outside local”?>> 

Age

For dynamic mappings, indicates how many seconds the entry is allowed to continue remaining idle before being removed. <<is this correct?>> 

Hash

<<?>> 

Type

Entry type:

  NF NAT – <<?>>

  NS NAT – <<?>>

 

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