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Packet NATing on specific WAN Port based without Policy route

  • 1.  Packet NATing on specific WAN Port based without Policy route

    Posted 01-19-2019 04:02
    Hi,
    I have two ISP as One is ADSL link and another is Lease line. I want that my All users data must be nat on the ADSL line only and as my exchange server, VPN must be work on Lease line. I know that I can do by the Policy route but I want to understand that is there any way to do with any NAT policy? 

    As Cisco router/Firewall or Sophos Firewall,  I can choose the for NAT without policy route.

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    Deepak Kumar
    First Option General Trading LLC
    Dubai
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  • 2.  RE: Packet NATing on specific WAN Port based without Policy route

    Posted 01-19-2019 13:24
    Use routes with same distance and different priorities.

    Andre Silva
     





  • 3.  RE: Packet NATing on specific WAN Port based without Policy route

     
    Posted 01-21-2019 01:03
    Hi,

    Not sure is correctly understood the question. But you may go for central NAT on Fortigate and it will be similar to Sophos.

    Regards

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    Rony Moussa
    Fortinet NSE Certified: Level 8
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  • 4.  RE: Packet NATing on specific WAN Port based without Policy route

    Posted 04-03-2019 23:38
    Hi,

    You can create an NAT IP Pool.
    "Policy & Object" >>IP Pool >> Select NAT Type and provide the public IP address to be NAT.

    The in you IPv4 policy select the NAT Pool you created for NAT option. All the traffic under the policy will use the NAT IP Poll you provided and will flow through the interface in that network range, in your case ADSL.