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Volume8: Address Translation
About This Volume
“Web User Interface Conventions” on pagevi
“Command Line Interface Conventions” on pagevi
Web User Interface Conventions
Command Line Interface Conventions
Naming Conventions and Character Types
Requesting Technical Support
Self-Help Online Tools and Resources
Opening a Case with JTAC
Chapter 1
Address Translation
“Introduction to Address Translation” on page1
“Source Network Address Translation” on page1
“Destination Network Address Translation” on page3
Introduction to Address Translation
Policy-Based NAT-Dst
Policy-Based Translation Options
Example: NAT-Src from a DIP Pool with PAT
Example: NAT-Src From a DIP Pool Without PAT
Example: NAT-Src from a DIP Pool with Address Shifting
Example: NAT-Src from the Egress Interface IP Address
Example: NAT-Dst to a Single IP Address with Port Mapping
Example: NAT-Dst to a Single IP Address Without Port Mapping
Example: NAT-Dst from an IP Address Range to a Single IP Address
Chapter 2
Source Network Address Translation
“Introduction to NAT-Src” on page13
Introduction to NAT-Src
NAT-Src from a DIP Pool with Address Shifting
Example: NAT-Src with Address Shifting
NAT-Src from the Egress Interface IP Address
Example: NAT-Src Without DIP
Chapter 3
Destination Network Address Translation
Introduction to NAT-Dst
Packet Flow for NAT-Dst
Routing for NAT-Dst
Example: Addresses Connected to One Interface
Example: Addresses Connected to One Interface ButSeparatedbyaRouter
Example: Addresses Separated by an Interface
NAT-Dst—One-to-One Mapping
Example: One-to-One Destination Translation
Translating from One Address to Multiple Addresses
Example: One-to-Many Destination Translation
NAT-Dst—Many-to-One Mapping
Example: Many-to-One Destination Translation
NAT-Dst—Many-to-Many Mapping
Example: Many-to-Many Destination Translation
NAT-Dst with Port Mapping
Example: NAT-Dst with Port Mapping
NAT-Src and NAT-Dst in the Same Policy
Example: NAT-Src and NAT-Dst Combined
Chapter 4
Mapped and Virtual Addresses
“Mapped IP Addresses” on page63
Mapped IP Addresses
MIP and the Global Zone
Example: MIP on an Untrust Zone Interface
Example: Reaching a MIP from Different Zones
Example: Adding a MIP to a Tunnel Interface
MIP-Same-as-Untrust
Example: MIP on the Untrust Interface
MIP and the Loopback Interface
Example: MIP for Two Tunnel Interfaces
MIP Grouping
Example: MIP Grouping with Multi-Cell Policy
Virtual IP Addresses
VIP and the Global Zone
Example: Configuring Virtual IP Servers
Example: Editing a VIP Configuration
Example: Removing a VIP Configuration
Example: VIP with Custom and Multiple-Port Services
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