Checking NAT Pool Usage from the GUI

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Checking NAT Pool Usage from the GUI

L0 Member

Hello community,

I'm wondering if there is a way to check the usage of IP addresses in a NAT pool from the GUI and/or from Panorama. I'm interested in seeing which original IP addresses have been translated and what is the translated address.


The CLI command equivalent for this is 
show running nat-rule-ippool <rule_name>

I have checked the documentation and played around the GUI but I have not been able to find out how to do this.
Kind Regards

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Hi @WhatNot ,

 

To my knowledge I don't believe there is a way to check via the GUI nor have I found any documentation to do so.

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@WhatNot,

This equivalent level of information to that CLI command isn't available in the GUI, it's one of the commands that you need to run in the CLI or API to get the information. 

 

However in regard to this:


@WhatNot wrote:

 I'm interested in seeing which original IP addresses have been translated and what is the translated address.


You can always expose the NAT Source IP in your logs so you can easily view the NAT address in the GUI if that's what you're after. It isn't toggled by default so some people miss that it's something you can easily toggle on. 

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