About the Single NAT Policy Page
To access this page, select Configuration > NAT > NAT Policies. The NAT Policies page appears displaying all existing NAT policies. Click on a NAT policy to view the rules associated with it.
The Single NAT Policy page displays the NAT rules associated with the NAT policy, and keep track of the number and order of rules for each policy. You can also create a new NAT rule, modify the configured parameters of existing NAT rules, clone, and delete NAT rules, using this page.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from this page:
Create a NAT rule. See Creating NAT Policy Rules.
Update the sequence of the NAT rules using the up and down arrows that appear when you hover over the NAT rule.
Modify, clone, and delete NAT rules. See Editing, Cloning, and Deleting NAT Policy Rules.
Deploy a NAT rule. See Deploying NAT Policy Rules.
Search for a specific NAT rule. See Searching for Text in an Object Data Table.
Show or hide columns. Click the Show Hide Columns icon in the top right corner of the page.
Table 1 provides information on the fields in the NAT rules contained within this NAT policy.
Table 1: Fields on the Single NAT Policy Page
Displays the source endpoint on which the NAT policy applies. A source endpoint can be an address, protocol, interface, routing instance, zone, or port.
Displays the destination endpoint on which the NAT policy applies. A destination endpoint can be an address, interface, service, routing instance, zone, or port.
Displays the translation type applied on the incoming or outgoing traffic.
Displays the type of NAT rule. A NAT rule can be of type source, static, or destination.
The Total Rules field on the top right corner of the page displays the total number of rules associated with the NAT policy. The Undeployed field displays the number of undeployed rules associated with the NAT policy. To deploy undeployed rules, click Deploy. See Deploying NAT Policy Rules.