Destination NAT Round Robin for Load Balance Traffic for Web Server

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Destination NAT Round Robin for Load Balance Traffic for Web Server

L3 Networker

I have 3 web servers which have 3 different static ip. 

.11.12.13 I follow below guide try to load balance the traffic for all 3 web servers. 

Configure Destination NAT Using Dynamic IP Addresses (


I already did those steps but instead of using FQDN, we use 3 IP address (192.168.x.11, .12 and .13). into an address group and put it into the translated packet as Dynamic IP (with session distribution) as round robin
session distribution method. With this done, we still see the traffic translated into only 1 IP address which is 192.168.x.11. 




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L2 Linker

The configuration seems to be correct, but the important question still is how do you access those servers? Do you already have random users accessing those servers and all of them are being sent to that one server? Based on those hitcounts, it appears that it is already in production, is that correct? 

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L2 Linker

Could you please share a screenshot of your configuration? Are you trying to connect to 192.168.x.11 from a different host or at least private window? 

My NAT policy as below

Source Zone: WAN

Dst Zone:WAN

Dst Interface: Any

Source Addr:10.239.x. 3

Dst Addr: 10.250.x.3


translated packet

Src translation : none

Dst Translation:

Dynamic IP

Translated Address:

(webserver address group) 

192.168.x.11, .12 and .13


Translated port:None

Session Distributed method: Round robin






L3 Networker



The translated address is a address group inside have





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