Cisco Bug: CSCus10366 - Traffic meant to be NAT'ed is *not* being NAT'ed
Oct 13, 2016
- Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
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Symptom: Traffic meant to be NAT'ed is *not* being NAT'ed - seeming inconsistency. Can be identified after getting packet capture on ingress and egress on the Router (e,g, ASR1001) Conditions: The scenarios where the Gatekeeper causes issues is the following: 1) customer has a route-map configuration with a match next hop, 2) customer has inside mapping plus traffic initiated out2in traffic were the source addresses is a PAT address provided by a previous box. The key to these scenarios is that a single source sometimes requires NAT and sometimes does not; this causes issues with the gatekeeper.
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