problem with setting one to one NAT on AR151

Created: Nov 2, 2016 15:07:23Latest reply: Nov 2, 2016 16:10:59 1248 1 0 0
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I am working with an AR151 trying to configure a NAT session and here is my setup


interface Vlanif10

ip address

interface Ethernet0/0/3

port link-type access

port default vlan 10

interface Ethernet0/0/4

ip address

nat static global inside netmask


and here is the NAT Static status


[Huawei-Ethernet0/0/3]dis nat static

  Static Nat Information:

  Interface  : Ethernet0/0/4

    Global IP/Port     :

   Inside IP/Port     :

    Protocol : ----

    VPN instance-name  : ----

    Acl number         : ----

    Vrrp id            : ----

    Netmask  :

    Description : ----


And here is what the NAT session like when I ping the NATed address from outside


[Huawei-Ethernet0/0/3]dis NAT session all

  NAT Session Table Information:

     Protocol          : ICMP(1)

     SrcAddr   Vpn     :

     DestAddr  Vpn     :

     Type Code IcmpId  : 8   0   1


       New SrcAddr     : ----

       New DestAddr    :

       New IcmpId      : ----


My problem is I cannot ping the NATed address from outside


Ping statistics for

Packets: Sent = 188, Received = 0, Lost = 188 (100% loss),


Please help.

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  • convention:

Busy_with_lazy_mind     Created Nov 2, 2016 16:10:59 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

from the record of display of nat session, seems the router has successfully finish the translation.
On the device ,which ip address is Is there a gateway on it. The gateway should be
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  • convention:


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