Hi All. Great mail list btw, thanks to everyones input.

Two basic questions.

1. I've heard the convention of using "static" for low-to-high NATing and
"nat/global" for high-to-low. Why?

2. Would someone explain the underlying differences in these two commands? Do
they achieve the same thing? Assume net1 =, net2 =

A. static (net1, net2) netmask
B. static (net2, net1) netmask


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