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Destination Nat using ISP Pool address

L2 Linker

Hello All,

 

Need to configure destination Nat with Nat Pool Provided by ISP.  Below are the ip details :

 

182.72.150.0/30--Wan IP Pool

182.72.150.2/30--Configure at Palo Alto Interface

182.72.150.1/30--ISP gateway IP

 


182.80.48.176/29--Lan IP Pool Provided by ISP.

182.80.48.177-182.80.48.177-182--Usable IP 

 

Basically i want to do destination Nat using each IP Address from Usable Lan IP Pool towards my FTP server (located in Lan) .

 

Example

 

Will do nat using 182.80.48.177 for certain users coming from outiside  to reach FTP Server (10.10.10.1)

Will do nat using ip 182.80.48.178 for certain users coming from outiside  to reach FTP Server (10.10.10.1)

 

Can someone help me to achieve this.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@vishal_07,

This is a fairly basic NAT configuration which is heavily covered in the admin guide and plenty of knowledgebase articles. I would look at the configuration examples and read into it a bit, and then come back if you run into any issues.

I'm not sure why you would want to use all of these addresses to access a single resource; that seems like a rather odd design decision that really doesn't benefit anything. 

Hi Bpry,

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

Yes it seems not a logical to use multiple isp lan address for single destination machine but customer requirement is like that only.

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