Which two (2) methods can be sued to verify that NAT-srctranslation has occurred?
run the getsacommand
run the get policy command
run the get session command
Turn on logging for the policy and then view the event log once the session is complete
Turn on logging for the policy and then view the traffic log once the session is complete
TheNetScreendevice can monitor and record traffic that it permits or denies based on previously configured
policies. You can enable the logging option for each policy that you configure. When you enable the logging option for a policy that permits traffic, the device records the traffic allowed by that policy.When you enable the logging option for a policy that denies traffic, the device records traffic that attempted to pass through the device, but was dropped because of that policy.A traffic log notes the following elements for each session:
Date and time that the connection started
Source address and port number
Translated source address and port number
Destinationaddressand port number
The duration of the session
The service used in the session
Theget policy id <number> commandallows you to monitor the amount of traffic that the policy permits.
You can also see if NAT-srcis implemented on the policy