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Configuration > Networking > NAT

NAT allows for multiple sites with overlapping IP addresses to connect to a single SD-WAN fabric. You can configure SNAT (Source Network Address Translation), DNAT (Destination Network Address Translation), destination TCP, and UDP port translation rules that apply to all LAN to WAN traffic in the ingress and egress direction. Configured rules apply to all traffic including tunneled traffic, internet bound traffic, and other passthrough traffic. The following address translation options are supported:

  • 1:1 source and destination IP address translation

  • 1:1 subnet to subnet source and destination IP address translation

  • Many to one IP source address translation

  • NAT pools for translated source IP address

You can view both NAT Rules and NAT Pools within your network by selecting NAT Rules or NAT Pools at the top of the page. For more information on NAT Rules and NAT Pools see, NAT Rules and Pools. You can also export a CSV file of your branch NAT traffic. Select the Edit icon to add rules to your NAT and NAT Pools.


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