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Richard_Wieser
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NAT different internal networks behind different public IPs

We own a public /24 that we use for our edge network. Currently all internal networks are hidden/NAT'd behind the cluster's WAN IP. I would like to NAT certain internal networks behind different IPs. Do I just need to choose an available IP and apply it to the networks NAT properties?

Environment is all R80.30. 

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

Yup, that's exactly what you do.

the_rock
Authority
Authority

You got that right. Thats 100% what you do...open network object, click nat section and choose "hide behind IP" and type the IP address there. Save, push policy, thats it. Once done, you would see reflected changes in nat section of policy under automatic nat rules.

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