Destination NAT Mismatch error

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smithkopel
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Destination NAT Mismatch error

Hi I'm configuring a new PA-500 and have it working for source NAT going from Tusted to Internet. Now I want to create a destination NAT rule to allow traffic in to a web server located on the trusted net. I have created a rule almost exactly as it shows in the Admin guide but I'm getting the error - “nat rule “Incoming Web”: Mismatch destination address translation range” the settings are as follows:

Name: Incoming Web

Tag: None

Source Zone: Untrusted

Destination Zone: Untrusted

Destination Interface:  none (The manual shows ‘any’ but I don’t have that option)

Source Address: Any

Destination Address: External FW IP

Service: HTTP

Source Translation: None

Destination Translation: address: Internal Web Server IP

I can't seem to find anything on these forums relating to this error.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Kenton

snisar
L2 Linker

Please select the interface where External FW IP is configured as "Destination Interface"

smithkopel
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Thanks @snisar, I have already tried that (and tried again after your suggestion) but I still get the same error.

Kenton

smithkopel
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It turns out this was due to a misconfiguration in the IP address of the target server.

mikand
L6 Presenter

Thanks for returning with followup of the result :-)

jeff.carrick
L1 Bithead

I am getting the same error but my public ip is dynamic.  The "Mismatch destination address translation range" goes away if I put a static ip address in the orginial packet, destination address field like you normally would but I need to leave this as any since it is dynamic.  Any Ideas?



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