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FAQ-Must Contiguous Addresses Be Specified in a NAT Address Pool

Publication Date:  2015-07-01 Views:  542 Downloads:  0

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Must Contiguous Addresses Be Specified in a NAT Address Pool?



The NAT address pool contains an address segment from a specific start address to a specific end address. You can configure address exclusion to exclude special addresses in this address segment. Therefore, the addresses in the NAT address pool can be non-contiguous.

In addition, the start address and end address can be the same. In this case, the NAT address pool contains only one IP address.