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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R008C00 CLI-based Configuration Guide

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Maintaining NAT

Maintaining NAT

Clearing NAT Entries

Context

NOTE:

The cleared entries cannot be restored; therefore, confirm the action before you use the command.

Procedure

  • After you are determined to clear NAT mapping entries, run the reset nat session { all | transit interface interface-type interface-number } command in the system view.
  • After you are determined to clear statistics on NAT application entries, run the reset app-inspect { servermap | session } table statistics command in the system view.
  • After you are determined to deletes entries from all session tables, run thereset session allcommand in the system view.

Monitoring NAT Entries

Procedure

  • Run the display nat session { all [ verbose ] | number },display nat session protocol { protocol-name | protocol-number } [ source source-address [ source-port ] ] [ destination destination-address [ destination-port ] ] [ verbose ], display nat session source source-address [ source-port ] [ destination destination-address [ destination-port ] ] [ verbose ], or display nat session destination destination-address [ destination-port ] [ verbose ] command to display information about entries in the NAT mapping table.
  • Run the display app-inspect { servermap | session } table statistics, command to display statistics on NAT application entries.
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Updated: 2019-01-11

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