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RE: Dynamic Natting with a CISCO 1601R [7:64757] posted 03/09/2003
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Scott -

I already have 8 mb of memory.  What about the IOS or the config?  Should IP
PLUS handle Dynamic or Static natting?

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-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Roberts [mailto:scott@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2003 1:30 PM
To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Dynamic Natting with a CISCO 1601R [7:64757]


try putting more memory in, the max i think is 24, but default is like 12.
ios 12.0 requires 8MB, so you're only really working with 4MB.

scott

""Hyman, Craig""  wrote in message
news:200303071957.TAA26176@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> ALL-
>
> I am having a problem with Dynamic Natting using a 1601R router over Frame
> Relay. Every time I set it up to use over 60 addresses the router hangs or
> reboots.
>
> I am using IOS 120221a IP PLUS
> I am being told by CISCO that this IOS is not specifically used for any
form
> of natting.  What do I do if I need to use Dynamic or PAT NAT Mapping?
>
> Any help would be well appreciated?
>
> Thanks in Advance
>
> SRS Implementation Team
> SRS Tier 2
> Pager# 1-888-860-5913
> Virtual Office# 303-604-0037
> SUN Office# 303-272-2661




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