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Cannot remove NAT statements

I am trying to clean up the NATing to setup a VPN, but the Nats are overwritting the no nat statements. I am trying to clean them to by adding the

source dynamic any interface. The firewall is wanting me to remove them, and I cannot find anything online that points me to the right direction. Any help would be appreciated.

nat (inside,outside) dynamic x.x.x.x

and

nat (Hostnet,outside) dynamic interface

every time i try to remove it i get this

no nat (inside,outside) dynamic x.x.x.x

ERROR: % Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

no nat (Hostnet,outside) dynamic interface

ERROR: % Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

Cheers

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First you need to clear the

First you need to clear the existing NAT entries associated with the configuration that you want to remove.

Clear Xlate < host/subnet>

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I have cleared all the xlates

I have cleared all the xlates from the interface Hostnet, then shut down the interface and still it is not letting me delete the NAT statement.

should we try below ?

should we try below ?

1- clear configuration NAT

2- remove the interface configuraiton 

3- then remove the NAT config.. 

Hi Furry411@gmail.com,

Hi Furry411@gmail.com,

These NAT entries are under object configuration. You cannot remove it from global mode. You need to go to object configuration mode first by issing the command:

object network <WORD>
no nat (inside,outside) dynamic x.x.x.x

object network <WORD>
no nat (Hostnet,outside) dynamic interface

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