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A customer has a question about the pa-5220 they are using.

L1 Bithead

1. Customers want to use nat. How many ips can be assigned to snat and dnat respectively?
https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/products/product-comparison?chosen=pa-5220,pa-3260
According to the address above, pa-5220 can use up to 6000 nat rules, I wonder if this is correct.

2. Customers want to use snat and dnat in the same band. At this time, I want to know if the last digit IP address ( ex. snat = 192.168.10.a / dnat = 192.168.10.a) can be fixed to the same number.

I've been looking for the documentation, but I can't seem to find it.
If possible, please reply.

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L4 Transporter

1. Is correct, 6000 NAT rules.

 

2. What is your customer trying to accomplish using sNAT and dNAT in the same band?

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L4 Transporter

1. Is correct, 6000 NAT rules.

 

2. What is your customer trying to accomplish using sNAT and dNAT in the same band?

Help the community! Add tags & mark solutions please.

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