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How to check PAT pool consumption in FTD

Is there a way in the FMC GUI (6.6.1) to check on the current PAT pool consumption of FTD devices?

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carstenlymann1
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Im not aware of it, that it should be possible to see in gui.

Its been a while since i did my own dashboards, so not 100% sure if it would be possible there.

 

so cli: show nat pool is problably the only option.

 

i have made a python scripts that connect cli to ftd and show nat pool and save the data. Then i integrate that with a grafana instance to have my own visualization of nat pool.

But be aware of bug CSCvr09468.. I think the bug hit 6.6.x also, so your instance reboot with the show nat pool command.

Please remember to select a correct answer and rate helpful posts
/ Carsten

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carstenlymann1
Beginner
Beginner

Im not aware of it, that it should be possible to see in gui.

Its been a while since i did my own dashboards, so not 100% sure if it would be possible there.

 

so cli: show nat pool is problably the only option.

 

i have made a python scripts that connect cli to ftd and show nat pool and save the data. Then i integrate that with a grafana instance to have my own visualization of nat pool.

But be aware of bug CSCvr09468.. I think the bug hit 6.6.x also, so your instance reboot with the show nat pool command.

Please remember to select a correct answer and rate helpful posts
/ Carsten
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