Issue of NAT...

Hi Experts,

Quick question, if I want to do NAT exception for ALL ip traffic on an interface in version 8.4 (2). What should I do?

I just want to check it again... would it work or do I have to use another method: nat (interface, all) static source a whole

Thank you

Soroush.

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Hello

I guess you already asked something like that on the previous thread.

If you situation is still for no. HOSTS must be translated through the firewall then you can simply configurations to LET OUT all THE NAT.

Usually when people need hosts exempted from NAT they don't usually have some networks of destination for which it should apply. (VPN connections). If you set parameters of destination for the NAT configuration also.

You might naturally public subnets behind the firewall without NAT. As long as no other NAT rule fits these public subnets as a source, you can simply leave out all the NAT configuration.

What I tested I would probably the NAT configuration above although I mentioned in the other thread. It might even cause problems.

I suggest the other format which is basically that you describe networks source behind this interface under a "object-group network" and then configure the NAT rule

object-group network NETWORKS

network-object

network-object

NAT (interface, no) static source of NETWORKS

Pretty hard to say more than once is not an accurate picture of the situation.

-Jouni

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