When configuring NAT, and your solution requires the ability to see the inside local and outside global address entries and any TCP or UDP port in the show ip nat command output, how should NAT be configured on the router?
use the overload option on the end of your static NAT statement
include both static and dynamic NAT configuration on the router
tie the ip nat inside command to a dynamic NAT pool
attach a route-map to the ip nat inside command
configure the ip nat inside command to an extended ACL
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