Cisco CCNA Packet Tracer Ultimate labs: NAT Lab 3: Dynamic & Static NAT. Can you complete the lab?

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This is a static NAT lab. Were you able to configure the network with static NAT?

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In this lab, you need to configure both static and dynamic NAT.

You need to configure the network so that a host on the internet connects servers on the internal network and you need to configure the network so that host on the inside or internal network can access servers on the internet.

Configure the router with these details and then configure static NAT so that this PC on the outside can access the HTTP and FTP server based on these details.

HTTP server external IP address
FTP server
You can see the IP addresses of the servers by looking at this server configuration.

In addition, you need to configure dynamic NAT using the router’s external IP address so that internal hosts are natted to this IP address using Port Address Translation on the interface and then you need to verify that the internal PCs can access the internet servers using their DNS names.

So, as an example are and

So in summary, this PC should able to access both the HTTP and FTP server using the DNS name and and this PC should be able access and using the domain names.

Verify that these two PCs can open up web browser to both Cisco and Facebook and verify that the outside PC can open up a web browser to the HTTP server and an FTP connections to FTP server.

So can you complete this lab?
Download the attached packet tracer file and see if you can complete the lab yourself. If you are unsure, have a look at the next video where I complete the lab.

  • David Bombal