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Configuring NAT Rule Sets

A rule set determines the overall direction of the traffic to be processed. For example, a rule set can select traffic from a particular interface or to a specific zone. A rule set can contain multiple rules. Once a rule set is found that matches specific traffic, each rule in the rule set is evaluated for a match. Each rule in the rule set further specifies the traffic to be matched and the action to be taken when traffic matches the rule.


To configure a NAT rule set:

  1. Select Configure > NAT Policy > Policies.

    The NAT Policies page appears.

  2. Right-click the NAT policy you want to take a snapshot, or select Configure Rule Sets from the More list.

    The Configure Rule Sets page appears.

  3. Modify the rule set name in the Rule Set column and click OK to save the changes.

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