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Example of a dynamic source translation NAT rule This example shows a dynamic address translation that translates the addresses in one internal network to a single external address for general web browsing. Figure: Example scenario 1392.1681.0/24 Any Table 1. Example NAT rule matching cells Arias) Cee at) ranslaton| Destination tion Te: [Dyas © Agere Pod: | 95.2525 select. | | Aatress ox | [cance | | Haip In dynamic address translation, several source IP addresses ere translated usinga smaller pool of translated addresses with the help of porttranslation. Each client connection uses a different port on an IP address thatis, shared between several different connections. Because each client reserves port, the maximum number of simultaneous connections can be calculated by multiplying the number of IP addresses by the number of ports inthe range. Every port and IP address pair must be free from any other use {duplicate connections cannot successfully cross the firewall), Example of a static source translation NAT rule This example shows a static address translation that translates the addresses in one network to IP addresses in another network. Inthis example, the NAT is done to access a particular server on the Internet. Figure: Example scenario 192.168.18.0/24 213.208.200.140 Teble 1. Example NAT rule matching cells Dre Ue) 192.168.18.0/24 | 213.28.200.140 | HTTP Figure: Example NAT settings Sour © Dasonation Trenton IP Aadéressles): Ongink: > net-192. 16818072 © Autmanc Foxy ARP IReconmendet} Cancel inal source IP address has a static translated pair. Instatic address translation using whole networks, each o For example here, the host 192.168.1.6 is always translated to 193.26.25.6 and host 192.168.1.11 is always translated to 193.25.25.11. Example of a destination translation NAT rule This example shows astatic address translation that translates the external IP address of a web server to the server's internal address. ‘The external IP address (213.28.200.140} of the web server is translated to the server's intemal address (192.168.1.201}. Figure: Example scenario 192.168,.201 Table 1. Example NAT rule matching cells Re war ec) ANY | 213.28.200.140 | HTTP. Figure: Example NAT settings Seurce Translatien|Destnation Translation © Irarelate Desiaten IP Aadresses: Original; 218. 28.20 40 Trnstaed: yp 4a 1201 Sinct.| | Adare. 2 auteratic Pony ARP Recommended IPpens: —riginat OK | | cance | [Hele