If have a Question regarding Nat
What is the different when I configure NAT based on the Firewall himself or on the MGMT Server ?Cannot find any Information on the Course manual.
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The Firewall is a Gateway object which can Hide (NAT) all traffic passing through it behind it's own IP addresses.
The MGMT Server is a simple host object which tells the firewall to hide traffic from this host behind the Firewalls own IP address.
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The tab you are looking at is the NAT on the Object tab. It is used to configure address translation for a specific object, so that object can reach and/or be reached from external networks.
In your case, there is a NAT Hide configured for your Management server, so it could go to Internet using your a routable IP address. It does not make any sense to do NAT for the GW itself, as it is already having a routable IP address on its external interface.
For further information on NAT config and usage, please refer to Security Management R80.10 (Part of Check Point Infinity) Administration Guide
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