Refer to the exhibit. What kind of NAT is configured on the ASA device?
- dynamic NAT
- Twice NAT
- dynamic PAT
- static NAT
Explanation: From the configuration, the source of IP address translation is the subnet 192.168.5.0/27 and the mapped address is the outside interface. This is an example of dynamic PAT. Dynamic NAT, dynamic PAT, and static NAT are referred to as “network object NAT” because the configuration requires network objects to be configured. Twice NAT identifies both the source and destination address in a single rule ( nat command), and it is used when configuring remote-access IPsec and SSL VPNs.
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