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Vladimir
Champion
Champion

SMB appliances not logging NAT on networks behind VLANs

There is an inconsistency in logging traffic from Internal networks connected to the LAN# interfaces and LAN#.## VLANs of SMB appliances.

On my 1550 R80.20.05 (992001208), with two networks defined, 10.x.x.x on LAN1 and 192.x.x.x on LAN2.10, Global NAT for Internal Networks enabled:

1550_Networks.png

 

Global_NAT_Settings_for_Internal_Networks.png

 

1550_NAT_Logged_Properly.png1550_NAT_NOT_Logged_Properly.png

 

NAT is actually working fine, but the logs are all over the place:

Windows_Server_MYIP_Lookup.png

 

Also, in the Security Logs List view, we can see the Interfaces:

1550_NAT_Logs.png

But in Log Details, this data is absent.

Additionally, there is no way that I see to define the Network as "Internal":

1550_Network_Properies.png

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

Sounds like we might need a TAC case after trying R80.20.10

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Vladimir
Champion
Champion

If you are going to open an SR, please include the bit about missing interface data in the body of the events.

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