[j-nsp] NAT on MX platforms?
ObrienH at missouri.edu
Wed Sep 18 12:19:15 EDT 2013
My CGNAT works very well. Currently providing NAT for a few /16s of private space.
On Sep 18, 2013, at 11:13 AM, rkramer wrote:
> I currently use MX240's throughout my routing environment today, and I'm
> looking to upgrade my existing NAT boxes, which are Cisco ASR's. They are
> running out of horsepower, and from what I'm seeing, MS-DPC's on MX's
> provide more than enough capacity... I'm not planning to do any
> firewalling at the NAT locations, just nat pools and 1:1 nat translations,
> with some 6to4 thrown in for good measure.
> Anyway, I'm assuming someone on the list has to be running MX's doing NAT?
> How is it working out for you? Any pitfalls?
> Ryan Kramer
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