Anyone found a way around the issues I encounter with trying to create the NAT policy?
I'm unable to set the name of a NAT rule. This is possible manually in Smart Console.
I'm unable to get rules above the Automatic Generated Rules. This is possible in Smart Console.
I can't use position 1 or 2 because those are for default rules. Can't use 0 as error states must be great equal 1. So when I create the rule on position 3 it is below the others. I really miss an insert above / below position X kinda option. Or a move rule option. That goes for access policies also.
Possibly with check_point.mgmt.cp_mgmt_set_nat_rule and new position option, but zero documentation on if at all and if so how. The fact i have to do it according to the document by "Edit existing object using object name or uid." and the example not showing either doesn't give me a warm feeling ...
### Multiple modules
I can't use state present / absent as with a regular access policy and many other Ansible modules. So have to use cp_mgmt_add_nat_rule AND cp_mgmt_delete_nat_rule, why this difference?