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RE: IP Nat "no-alias" option posted 10/25/2006
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That is pretty much all the docCD says on the subject.  So, how can this be
tested?  Is there a way to real know this for sure?

Dave

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From: Ivan [mailto:ivan@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Wed 10/25/2006 7:43 AM
To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Schulz, Dave
Subject: Re: IP Nat "no-alias" option



Static NAT IP can responce to ARP-request. "no-alias" forbidden such action.

On Wednesday 25 October 2006 14:09, Schulz, Dave wrote:
> Group -
>
> I have been working with a lab, where it is required to use NAT, and
> where the inside has multiple exit points.  The solution uses the
> "no-alias" option as part of the solution.  I am not as concerned about
> the lab as I am in trying to understand this option .... and it appears
> to be confusing on write-ups that I have seen, and the docCD is very
> vague.  Does anyone have a grasp of what this option really does and how
> to test it?
>
>
> Dave Schulz
>
> Email: dschulz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:dschulz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx >
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Ivan