NAT

Source NAT Configuration Page Options

To configure Source NAT:

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Configure >NAT>Source NAT.

    The Source NAT configuration page appears.

  2. Click one:
    • Add — Adds a new rule set or a new source NAT pool. Table 22 and Table 23 describe the available options for the Source NAT configuration page.
    • Edit — Edits selected new rule set or a new source NAT pool.
    • Delete — Deletes the selected new rule set or a new source NAT pool.
    • Move — Moves the rules in the selected rule set in the source NAT pool.
  3. Click one:
    • OK— Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.
    • Cancel— Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 22: Firewall Source NAT Configuration Page

FieldFunction
Source Rule Set Filter Options

From

Sort source NAT by routing instance/interface/zones from which the packets flow from.

To

Sort source NAT by routing instance/interface/zones to which the packets flow to.

Filter

Option to filter.

Source Rule Set tab

Name

Name of the source rule set.

From

NAT type selected.

To

Source NAT type selected.

Rule

Rule type selected.

Rules in Selected Rule-set

Rule Name

Name of the rule.

Match Source

Match source entered.

Match Destination

Match destination entered.

Match Destination Port

Match destination port entered.

Action

Action selected.

Persistent

Persistent NAT address in the source NAT pool

Source NAT Pool

Name

Name of the source NAT pool.

Address

IP address in the source pool.

Port

Specifies the action of the rule.

Table 23: Add Rule Set and Source NAT Pool Configuration Details

FiledFunctionAction

Rule-set Name

Name of the rule set.

Enter the rule set name.

 
From/To

The options available are:

  • Routing Instance
  • Zone
  • Interface

Select one of the options.

Add Rule

Rule Name

Name of the rule.

Enter the rule name.

Match

Delete

Option to delete the match addresses.

Delete the required match address.

Destination Port

The options available are:

  • Any
  • Port
  • Port Range

Select one of the options.

Action

The options available are:

  • No source NAT
  • Do source NAT with Egress Interface
  • Do source NAT with pool

Select one of the options.

Destination NAT Configuration Page Options

To configure Destination NAT:

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Configure >NAT>Destination NAT.

    The Source NAT configuration page appears.

  2. Click one:
    • Add — Adds a new rule set or a new destination NAT pool. Table 24 and Table 25 describe the available options for the Source NAT configuration page.
    • Edit — Edits a selected new rule set or a new destination NAT pool.
    • Delete — Deletes the selected new rule set or a new destination NAT pool.
  3. Click one :
    • OK— Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.
    • Cancel— Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 24: Firewall Destination NAT Configuration Page

FieldFunction
Destination NAT Rule Set Filter Options

From

Sort destination NAT by routing instance/interface/zones from which the packets flows from.

To

Sort destination NAT by routing instance/interface/zones to which the packets flows to.

Filter

Option to filter based on the From and To options.

Destination NAT Rule Set Tab Options

Name

Name of the destination NAT.

From

Type of NAT selected.

Rule

Type of rule selected.

Rules in Selected Rule-Set Tab Options

Rule Name

Name of the rule.

Match Source

Match source selected.

Match Destination

Match destination selected.

Match Destination Port

Match destination port selected.

Action

Specifies the action of the rule.

Table 25: Add Rule Set Configuration Details

FiledFunctionAction

Rule Set Name

Name of the rule set.

Enter the rule set name.

From

Available

Available routing instance/interface/zones from which the packets flow.

Select a value from the given options.

Selected

Selected routing instance/interface/zones from which the packets flow.

Select a value from the given options.

Add Rule

Rule Name

Name of the rule.

Enter the rule name.

Match
Source Address

Delete

Option to delete the match destination

Delete the required destination.

Add

Option to add source destination

Add source destination.

Destination Address

The destination IP address.

 
Action

The options available are:

  • No Destination NAT.
  • No Destination NAT with pool.

Select a value from the given options.

Static NAT Configuration Page Options

To configure firewall static NAT:

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Configure >NAT>Static NAT.

    The Static NAT configuration page appears.

  2. Click one:
    • Add — Adds a new static rule set or a new rule in the selected rule set. Table 26 and Table 27 describe the available options for the new rule set and a new rules configuration page.
    • Edit — Edits a selected static rule set.
    • Delete — Deletes a selected static rule set in the selected rule set.
  3. Click one:
    • OK — Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.
    • Cancel — Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 26: Firewall Static NAT Configuration Page

FieldUse
Static NAT Rule Set Filter Options

From

Sort by routing instance/zone/interface from which the packet flows.

To

Sort by routing instance/zone/interface to which the packet flows.

Filter

Option to filter.

Static NAT Rule Set Tab Options

Name

Name of the static rule.

From

Name of the routing instance/zone/interface from which the packet flows.

Rule

Name of the routing instance/zone/interface to which the packet flows.

Rules in Selected Rule-Set Tab Options

Rule Name

Name of the rule.

Match Destination

Match destination address.

Match Destination Port

Match destination port address.

Table 27: Add Rule Set Configuration Details

FiledUseAction

Rule Set Name

Name of the rule set.

Enter the rule set name.

From

The options available are:

  • Router Instance
  • Zone
  • Interface

Select one of the options.

Available

Available routing instance, zones, and interfaces.

Select one of the options.

Selected

Selected routing instance, zones, and interfaces.

Add Rule

Rule Name

Name of the rule.

Enter the rule name.

Match

Destination Address

 
Then

Static Preface

  

Routing Instance

  

NAT Proxy ARP Configuration Page Options

To configure ARP (Address Resolution Protocol):

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Configure >NAT>Proxy ARP.

    The Firewall NAT Proxy ARP configuration page appears.

  2. Click one:
    • Add — Adds a new proxy ARP Table 28 and Table 29 describes the available options for the firewall NAT proxy ARP configuration page.
    • Edit — Edits a selected proxy ARP.
    • Delete — Deletes the selected proxy ARP.
  3. Click one:
    • OK— Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.
    • Cancel— Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 28: Firewall NAT Proxy ARP configuration page

FieldFunction
Proxy ARP

Interface

The interface type.

Address

IP address in four-part dotted-decimal format corresponding to the local data link address.

Table 29: Add Proxy ARP Configuration Details

FieldFunctionAction

Interface

The interface type. The available options are:

  • ge-0/0/0.0
  • ge-0/0/2.0
  • lo0.0
  • vlan0.0

Select one of the available options.

Address

Delete

Deletes the address added.

Delete the selected address.

Address/Range

Specifies the address range.

Enter the from address.

To

Specifies the source address.

Enter the to address.

Add

Adds the address range.

Add the address range.