Cisco ASA Static NAT (pre version 8.3)

posted 13 Jul 2015, 06:35 by Tristan Self
Pre version 8.3 to statically NAT an internal host to an external IP address you would use the following:

 static (inside,outside) netmask

This then means......

inside = the source interface for the NAT connection (assuming going from the inside to the outside)
outside = the translated interface for the NAT connection = External IP address to which the internal host is translated to on the outside. = Internal IP address from which is the original source of the traffic.
network mask = Specfies that it is a single host, change this to for a range of addresses for example.