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jerryroy1
Participant

Hide Nat to URL

Hello Checkmates!

Is it possible to create a Hide NAT to a URL instead of an IP address? The URL resolves to multiple IP's and they change with additional IP's added frequently.

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

No, you can't NAT to a URL.
Can you explain what you're trying to achieve and why in more detail?
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jerryroy1
Participant

Actually with querying the customer for more details, they want to route traffic out a particular interface when access to a certain domain is requested. The domain resolves to multiple IP's and they want to avoid defining all IP's and was hoping for any type of dynamic object to accomplish this?
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hllovet2
Explorer

I have the same problem.

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the_rock
Leader
Leader

Can you give us a screenshot of what you are trying to do?

 

Andy

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hllovet2
Explorer

 
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hllovet2
Explorer

 
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the_rock
Leader
Leader

Message me privately, lets do remote session, I cant sadly open either screenshot, not sure why.

 

Andy

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the_rock
Leader
Leader

K, so just a quick update on this...I did webex with Hector and after fiddling with this in my lab, I see that dynamic object can be used in nat rule, so he will try that. I really have no clue if that will indeed work or not, but its the closest thing I found for domain object, since thats not accepted. Hector, keeps us posted.

 

Andy

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

Dynamic Objects can be used in NAT rules.
If you're on R81, I believe you can use FDQN objects.

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the_rock
Leader
Leader

Thats PARTIALLY true, test it and you will see. Fact is, you can ONLY use it for hide not, not static nat, it throws an error, I just tested in R81 lab.

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