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show ip nat translations verbose -> output on ASR1002

wleppens82
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I am troubleshooting an nat translations problem.

I am wondering if the show ip nat translations verbose command is supported on ASR1002 running software version IOS-XE Software (PPC_LINUX_IOSD-ADVIPSERVICESK9-M), Version 15.0(1)S?

On C876 router the output is the following. In this case i am able to check via the "left" parameter the time the ip nat translations will be in the list before it gets removed. The output on the ASR is different and you are not able to see the left parameter?

C876W-HO#sh ip nat translations  verbose

Pro Inside global         Inside local          Outside local         Outside global

udp 81.165.210.155:500    172.29.1.113:500      62.72.119.190:500     62.72.119.190:500

    create 3d01h, use 00:00:16 timeout:300000, left 00:04:43, Map-Id(In): 1,

    flags:

extended, use_count: 0, entry-id: 454831, lc_entries: 0

tcp 81.165.210.155:1581   172.29.1.113:1581     92.123.238.64:443     92.123.238.64:443

    create 00:01:21, use 00:01:19 timeout:86400000, left 23:58:40, Map-Id(In): 1,

    flags:

extended, use_count: 0, entry-id: 492657, lc_entries: 0

tcp 81.165.210.155:1583   172.29.1.113:1583     92.123.238.64:443     92.123.238.64:443

    create 00:01:20, use 00:01:18 timeout:86400000, left 23:58:41, Map-Id(In): 1,

    flags:

extended, use_count: 0, entry-id: 492660, lc_entries: 0

tcp 81.165.210.155:1584   172.29.1.113:1584     209.143.198.123:443   209.143.198.123:443

    create 00:01:19, use 00:01:18 timeout:86400000, left 23:58:41, Map-Id(In): 1,

    flags:

extended, use_count: 0, entry-id: 492663, lc_entries: 0

tcp 81.165.210.155:1587   172.29.1.113:1587     66.102.13.101:80      66.102.13.101:80

    create 00:00:57, use 00:00:57 timeout:86400000, left 23:59:02, Map-Id(In): 1,

    flags:

extended, use_count: 0, entry-id: 492670, lc_entries: 0

tcp 81.165.210.155:1588   172.29.1.113:1588     66.102.13.101:80      66.102.13.101:80

    create 00:00:57, use 00:00:56 timeout:86400000, left 23:59:03, Map-Id(In): 1,

    flags:                                                                            

-> output on ASR

HNHOBO01#sh ip nat translations verbose

Pro  Inside global         Inside local          Outside local         Outside global

---  62.205.96.155         10.19.21.46           ---                   ---

  create: 12/28/10 13:13:55, use: 12/28/10 13:56:42, timeout: 00:29:52

  Map-Id(In): 1

  Mac-Address: 0000.0000.0000    Input-IDB: GigabitEthernet0/0/0

  entry-id: 0x0, use_count:4

---  62.205.98.84          10.19.70.207          ---                   ---

  create: 12/28/10 08:15:51, use: 12/28/10 13:50:07, timeout: 00:23:16

  Map-Id(In): 1

  Mac-Address: 0000.0000.0000    Input-IDB: GigabitEthernet0/0/0

  entry-id: 0x0, use_count:0

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Shelley Bhalla
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Participant

This is by design.

Earlier the timeout value suggested the configure timeout and the left was how much was left from it.

timeout:86400000 (24 hours) , left 23:59:03

On ASR We removed the timeout configured value and gave the time when the entry will be removed.

create: 12/28/10 13:13:55, use: 12/28/10 13:56:42, timeout: 00:29:52

Shelley.

Cisco TAC.

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Shelley Bhalla
Participant
Participant

This is by design.

Earlier the timeout value suggested the configure timeout and the left was how much was left from it.

timeout:86400000 (24 hours) , left 23:59:03

On ASR We removed the timeout configured value and gave the time when the entry will be removed.

create: 12/28/10 13:13:55, use: 12/28/10 13:56:42, timeout: 00:29:52

Shelley.

Cisco TAC.

Hey Shelley,

Thanks for your update. Very helpfull.

Regards, wim

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