This document explains how Network Address Translation (NAT) handles Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) fragments when you configure NAT overloading. The handling of ICMP fragments depends on the state of the NAT translation table, and the order in which the NAT router receives the ICMP fragments. We'll look at three different cases, in which we send two pings from 172.16.0.1 to 172.17.1.2 with a length of 3600 bytes each (three IP fragments).
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