Example 1511 debug ip nat detailed Output from the easyip Router

easyip_router#debug ip nat detailed

IP NAT detailed debugging is on

00:24:07: NAT: i: udp (172.16.1.10, 137) -> (206.191.193.1, 53) [25601] 00:24:07: NAT: ipnat_allocate_port: wanted 137 got 137

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s=172.16.1.10->206.191.194.42, d=206.191.193.1 [25601] o: udp (206.191.193.1, 53) -> (206.191.194.42, 137) [44225] s=206.191.193.1, d=206.191.194.42->172.16.1.10 [44225] i: udp (172.16.1.10, 1046) -> (206.191.193.1, 53) [25857] ipnat_allocate_port: wanted 1046 got 1046 s=172.16.1.10->206.191.194.42, d=206.191.193.1 [25857] o: udp (206.191.193.1, 53) -> (206.191.194.42, 1046) [22909] s=206.191.193.1, d=206.191.194.42->172.16.1.10 [22909] i: udp (172.16.1.10, 1047) -> (206.191.193.1, 53) [26113] ipnat_allocate_port: wanted 1047 got 1047

CAUTION

Use the debug ip nat commands with extreme caution. A single workstation can generate several entries per millisecond. Use the command with the logging buffered global configuration command.

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