Whether addresses in the NAT address pool are contiguous addresses

No.
The NAT address pool contains IP addresses within a range specified by the start address and end address. You can use the address exclusion function to eliminate certain special IP addresses within in this IP address range. Therefore, the addresses in the NAT address pool may not be contiguous.
In addition, the start address and the end address can be the same. In such a situation, only one address exists in the NAT address pool.

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