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    Configuring the NAT IP Addresses and Ports on Junos Space Platform

    You configure a NAT server on your Junos Space setup when you want to route connections through a NAT server. Configuring a NAT server updates the device management IP addresses that devices use to connect to Junos Space Platform from Junos Space fabric IP addresses to IP addresses translated through NAT. For more information about the impact of using a NAT server and the IP addresses pushed to the outbound stanza of devices, see NAT Configuration for Junos Space Network Management Platform Overview.

    To configure and enable NAT IP addresses and NAT ports:

    1. On the Junos Space Platform UI, select Administration > Fabric > NAT Configuration.

      The NAT Configuration page appears.

    2. To enable NAT configuration on the Junos Space setup, select the Enable NAT check box.

      The fields to enter the NAT IP addresses and ports are displayed. Table 1 displays the columns on the NAT Configuration page. By default, the fields to enter the NAT IP addresses and ports for nodes in the Junos Space fabric are dimmed.

      The number of rows displayed in the NAT Configuration page depend on the number of nodes and how you have configured the Junos Space fabric.

      Table 1: Columns on the NAT Configuration Page

      Column

      Description

      Node Name

      Name of the node as configured in the Junos Space fabric

      Node IPV4

      IPv4 address of the node

      Node IPV6

      IPv6 address of the node

      Service

      Type of service - Outbound-SSH or trap

      NAT IPV4

      IPv4 address used to route connections to a specific node

      NAT IPV6

      IPv6 address used to route connections to a specific node

      NAT IPV4 Port

      Port used to route IPv4 connections to a specific node

      NAT IPV6 Port

      Port used to route IPv6 connections to a specific node

    3. Click the NAT IPV4 column corresponding to the node for which you need to enter the IP address of the NAT server.

      The corresponding cell in the NATIPV4 column is displayed.

    4. Enter the IP address in the cell.
    5. Click the NAT PortV4 column corresponding to the node for which you need to enter the port number of the NAT server.

      The corresponding cell in the NAT PortV4 column is displayed.

    6. Enter the port number in the cell.
    7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 to enter the IP addresses and port numbers for all nodes in the Junos Space fabric.
    8. Click Save to save the NAT configuration.

      An Information dialog box is displayed with the following message: NAT Configuration updated successfully. but there is no external device to update NAT configuration.

      Click OK to close the Information dialog box.

      A job is triggered to update the NAT configuration on all devices that use the NAT server to route connections to Junos Space Platform.

    To discard the NAT configuration you entered, click Cancel.

    You are redirected to the Fabric page.

    Modified: 2017-09-13