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Why were no network address translation (NAT) entries displayed after I ran the show ip nat translation command on the RSR77 router?

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Why were no network address translation (NAT) entries displayed after I ran the show ip nat translation command on the
RSR77 router?

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The RSR77 router is a distributed router. You can view NAT entries by using any of the following methods:
1. Display NAT translation entries on specified line card on which NAT outside interface is configured such as Ruijie#sh ip nat translations slot 2/1.

2. Log in to the specified line card on which NAT outside interface is configured and display NAT translation entries using commands show ip nat translation or show ip fpm flow (which displays NAT traffic or non-NAT traffic). For example:
Ruijie#vtty 3/1
[LC3/1]>en
[LC3/1]#show ip nat translation

Note: The show ip nat translation command may return many results, which are displayed by screen. If the pipe operator (|) is added to the end of the command to filter results, the returned results will not be displayed by screen, which may lead to frequent screen refresh. The show ip nat translation command may affect services on a device with a large number of sessions; therefore, avoid using the command during peak hours.

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