Bi-directional NAT

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L2 Linker

Bi-directional NAT

I have three feature requests that are all related, that I think everyone will appreciate.

 

1) When converting ASA configs, true like for like bi-directional 1-to-1 NATs should be created, not the horrible implicit rule that Palo Alto Creates i.e. the reverse traffic zone becomes the same in both the source and dest zone fields from the original destination, with the exact original destination that is now the source.

2) Create a right-click option or button that does what I described in #1

3) allow me to multi-edit and turn off the bi-directional option if the selected rules are all source NATs

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L7 Applicator

Hi,

 

version 1.0.107 will come with thr Nat Rule Action to massively enable or disable bidirectional check. MT-710 (release Oct 1st 2018)

version Expedition 1.1 will come with a function to split a static-ip nat in two, one dynamic-ip-port and another DNAT. MT-711 (TBD)

 

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L0 Member

This is fantastic news, I owe you and your team a round
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L2 Linker

Albert, is there a release notes section somewhere?

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L7 Applicator

It was !!! Im checking with IT to see what happened. Thanks

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L7 Applicator

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L2 Linker

Apparently there is still a problem with this.

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L7 Applicator
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L2 Linker

Bingo, thank you sir!

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L1 Bithead

Will the split bi-directional nat function be available soon?

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