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Editing, Cloning, and Deleting NAT Policy Rules

You can edit, clone, or delete a NAT policy rule from the NAT Policy page.

Editing NAT Policy Rules

Procedure

To modify the parameters configured for an NAT policy rule:

  1. Select Configuration > NAT > NAT Policies.

    The NAT Policies page appears, displaying the NAT policies.

  2. Select the NAT policy whose rules you want to edit.

    The selected NAT Policy appears, displaying the rules associated with the NAT policy.

  3. Hover over the NAT policy rule that you want to modify and click on the edit icon (pencil symbol) that appears on the right side of the NAT policy rule. The page changes to display the same fields that you use to create a NAT policy rule.
  4. Complete the configuration according to the guidelines provided in Creating NAT Policy Rules.
  5. Click OK to save the changes. If you want to discard your changes, click Cancel instead.

The modified NAT policy rule appears on the NAT Policy page.

Cloning NAT Policy Rules

Procedure

To clone a NAT policy rule:

  1. Select Configuration > NAT > NAT Policies.

    The NAT Policies page appears, displaying the NAT policies.

  2. Select the NAT policy whose rule you want to clone.

    The selected NAT Policy appears, displaying the rules associated with the NAT policy.

  3. Hover over the NAT policy rule that you want to clone and click on the clone icon that appears on the right side of the NAT policy rule.

    The cloned NAT policy rule appears below the current rule.

You can modify the parameters configured for the cloned NAT policy rule or rename it as required.

Deleting NAT Policy Rules

Procedure

To delete a NAT policy rule:

  1. Select Configuration > NAT > NAT Policies.

    The NAT Policies page appears, displaying the NAT policies.

  2. Select the NAT policy whose rule you want to delete.

    The selected NAT Policy appears, displaying the rules associated with the NAT policy.

  3. Hover over the NAT policy rule you want to delete and then click the delete icon (X) .

    An alert message appears, verifying that you want to delete your selection.

  4. Click Yes to delete the selection. If you do not want to delete, click Cancel instead.

If you click Yes, the selected NAT policy rule is deleted.

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