You can use the "ping" command on your command prompt to verify you connection to the remote host. You can use the "tracert" command at your command prompt to study the route the communication flows. The "tracert" command is useful because you can see where the communication ends at when you cannot connect to a remote host. You can also use the "show ip nat translations" on your Cisco routers to make sure that NAT is working properly.
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