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mrl_sousa
Ivory

NAT diferent ISPs to a single Host IP

Hi,

 

I have 2 ISPs( ISP1 and ISP2) and i would like to do a static NAT from both ISPs( 1 and 2) to a Specific internal machine ( WEB-1). I would like to know if this works?  Because Checkpoint Accepted the configuration but i can only get to the WEB-1 using one of the Public IPs ( ISP1) .

 

I'm new to checkpoint. 

Regards,

Mauro

 

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Re: NAT diferent ISPs to a single Host IP

You can create manual NAT on firewall. It will be accessible from external.

But I think egress connection choose only one ISP. When you create Manual Nat, you should create ARP Proxy. I hope you find guide from CheckPoint site 🙂

mrl_sousa
Ivory

Re: NAT diferent ISPs to a single Host IP

Hi

thank you for the feedback., i will try to find the guide .

Regards,

Mauro de Sousa

 

 

 

 

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Re: NAT diferent ISPs to a single Host IP

Hello,

I think that you will need load share of ISP redundancy for this to work, if not the returning packets will be always sent to the default gateway.

Regards,

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