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About the NAT Pools Page

 

To access this page, select Configuration > NAT > Pools.

Use the NAT Pools page to create, modify, clone, and delete NAT pools. You can filter and sort this information to get a better understanding of what you want to configure.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • Create a NAT pool. See Creating NAT Pools.

  • Modify, clone, or delete a NAT pool. See Editing, Cloning, and Deleting NAT Pools.

  • View unused NAT pools by selecting More > Show Unused. Delete unused NAT pools by selecting More > Delete Unused Items.

  • View duplicate NAT pools. Select More > Show Duplicates. The Show Duplicates page appears, displaying duplicate NAT pools. To delete a duplicate NAT pool, select it and click the delete icon (X).

  • View the details of a NAT pool by selecting More > Detailed View, or by right-clicking a NAT pool and select Detailed View. .

  • Search for a specific NAT pool. Click the Search icon in the top right corner of the page to search for a NAT pool. You can enter partial text or full text of the keyword in the text box and press Enter.

    The search results are displayed on the same page.

  • Show or hide columns. Click the Show Hide Columns icon at the top right corner of the page.

Table 1 provides description of the fields on the NAT Pools page.

Table 1: Fields on the NAT Pools Page

Field

Description

Name

Displays the name of the NAT pool.

Pool Address

Displays the IP address of the NAT pool.

Description

Displays the description provided about the NAT pool when it was created.

Pool Type

Displays the NAT pool type. A NAT pool can be of type Source or Destination.