Panorama NAT Translation

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Panorama NAT Translation

I have two datacenters in a region to where multiple offices backhaul to the primary datacenter or may fail over to the secondary datacenter. Both firewall pairs are managed by Panorama. Each datacenter has its on unique external IP range. We break out these offices on their own exit IP due to local language differences. My question is can I make 1 shared NAT rule in panorama with a translation address, 1 from each datacenter, and have it only use the local firewalls NAT address when the rule is hit? Or is there a better way to do this other than making individual NAT rules for each firewall, as i would be making the rules for this group of offices twice?

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Re: Panorama NAT Translation

There may be other solutions, but one way could be to use an object, which is locally set to the local ip Ie use "local-ip" object in NAT rule, then set the ip of the subject differently on each firewall

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