A technician has been told by a supervisor to always clear any dynamic translations before attempting to troubleshoot a failed NAT connection. Why has the supervisor issued these instructions?

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A technician has been told by a supervisor to always clear any dynamic translations before attempting to troubleshoot a failed NAT connection. Why has the supervisor issued these instructions?

  • The supervisor wants to clear any confidential information that may be seen by the technician.
  • Because entries can be cached for long periods of time, the supervisor wants to prevent decisions being made based on old data.
  • The translation table may be full and is unable to make new translations until space is available.
  • Clearing the translations causes the starting configuration to be reread and may correct translation problems that have occurred.

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