NAT fails to be configured on the high-end LAN card

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Q: NAT fails to be configured on high-end LAN cards.
A: ACL-based traffic policies cannot be configured on high-end LAN cards (8FE1GE and 24GE cards). Therefore, when the nat outbound command is run to associate an ACL with a NAT address pool, the configuration fails.

You can use the set workmode lan-card l3centralize command to disable the routing and forwarding function on high-end LAN cards and configure the AR to redirect the packets received on high-end LAN cards to the sub-core CPU for packet forwarding. In this case, the ACL-based traffic policy can be deployed and NAT can be configured on the high-end LAN card.

Other related questions:
Can a DHCP server (BAS, high-end router, or high-end switch) allocate IP addresses to APs
A DHCP server can allocate IP addresses to APs if the server supports Option 43. Any device can function as a DHCP server if APs can obtain their IP addresses and ACs' IP addresses from the device. Ensure that APs can ping the ACs' IP addresses.

which interfaces of AR routers do not support configuration NAT?
LAN side interface (such as VLANIF port) does not support to configure NAT.

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