Hello and welcome back to I see anyone interconnecting Cisco networking devices. Part one. This is less than 6.3. Introduction and network address. Translation.
I'm a friend there. It'll be instructive for this course. This lesson record what that is, Or in our cadres, translation the different types that are used and mainly why we use net and why it is the savior to i p before.
So the first lesson, we would look at the nat concepts and the following us, and we're gonna look at the static and dynamic and that configuration I will walk through that one real slow. And lastly, we'll look at that overload or pat port address, translation and the configuration of it.
And, as always, will just not got a few pre assessment questions. That meat, because you'll see here Nat does use access lists. I have decided to go and bring him back in here. Sophie, if you couldn't figure this one out, which of these would match and permit Tenn 10.12 32 59 giving a few seconds.
All right, so this is a standard access list, and it would match all of them. If you look at them. The first would match the exact I P. And we do not need that host command because standard access Listen, not an extended access list. It was extended than we would require that host parameter herkie work.
Then the other ones match on the first, you know, the 3rd 2nd 1st doc ties.
The second priest doesn't hear which of the nat types use
you are. Which is in that types
uses ports to allow the use of one public I p for many private eye peas.
I'll give you she seconds scything fear tone.
All right, Hopefully you got Nat Overload with that will also include the pat or port address. Translation.
What? Three items are the savior to I p v four.
I'll give you a few seconds.
All right. So tricked Jonathan s O Nat Cider and private addresses are the short term, uh, saviors to have you for i p v six is the long term,
that is, that is gonna be the replacement I p for
and next time. So don't lift the net concepts. We're gonna look at why we use it. Why,
You know, it's an existence. How it's used. Two different types and what it actually does.
And as always, if you have questions, you'd help. Feel free to shoot me a message. Otherwise, thank you for watching this lesson introduction for the senior in the rest of it.