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Configuring Inline Static Destination NAT for Next Gen Services

 

Configuring the Destination Pool for Inline Static Destination NAT

To configure the destination pool for inline static destination NAT:

  1. Create a destination pool.
  2. Define the addresses or subnets to which destination addresses are translated.
  3. To allow the IP addresses of a NAT destination pool to overlap with IP addresses in pools used in other service sets, configure allow-overlapping-pools.

Configuring the NAT Rule for Inline Static Destination NAT

To configure the NAT destination for static destination NAT:

  1. Configure the NAT rule name.
  2. Specify the traffic direction to which the NAT rule set applies.
  3. Specify the source addresses of traffic that the NAT rule applies to.

    To specify one address or prefix value:

    To specify a range of addresses, configure an address book global address with the desired address range, and assign the global address to the NAT rule:

  4. Specify the destination addresses that the NAT rule applies to.

    To specify a range of addresses, configure an address book global address with the desired address range, and assign the global address to the NAT rule:

    To specify any unicast address:

  5. Specify the NAT pool that contains the destination addresses for translated traffic.
  6. Configure the generation of a syslog when traffic matches the destination NAT rule match conditions.

Configuring the Service Set for Inline Static Destination NAT

To configure the service set for inline static destination NAT:

  1. Define the service set.
  2. Configure either an interface service set, which requires a single service interface, or a next-hop service set, which requires an inside and outside service interface.
    • To configure an interface service set:

    • To configure a next-hop service set:

  3. Specify the NAT rule sets to be used with the service set.

Configuring Inline Services and an Inline Services Interface

To enable inline services and an inline services interface:

  1. Enable inline services for the FPC and PIC slot, and define the amount of bandwidth to dedicate to inline services.
  2. Configure the inline services logical interface or interfaces.
    • If you are using an interface service set, configure one logical unit:

    • If you are using a next-hop service set, configure two logical units and define the inside and outside interfaces: