NAT Table 8192 vs 2048 entries - Performance impact?


I was wondering if there was any data on any performance difference for NAT table size. Does altering NAT table from 2048 to 8192 effect system performance in any signifciant way?

Ex: If a 450 configured for 2048 maximum NAT table entries has 1000 active entries and a 450 configured for 8192 NAT maximum table entries has 1000 active entires is the performance identical?



Tim, Increasing the NAT table size does not impact system performance. --Rajesh