I'm running PANOS 4.0.13 and I've enabled NAT-T via the command line. I'm having trouble getting traffic to pass and I assume it must be my NAT policy.
1. I set a destination NAT as the vendor will be the initiator. The NAT is defined like this:
dstzone: Untrust dstaddr: NAT IP (18.104.22.168.) dst translation addr: Real IP (10.1.1.1)
After writing this, perhaps the dstzone should be Trust, but I don't see that as the proper designation from the Doc's I'm reading.
2. I also tried making a Bi-Directional static Source NAT like so, but it doesn't appear to be working:
srczone: Trust srcaddr: real IP (10.1.1.1) src translation addr: nat IP (22.214.171.124.)
Please let me know your suggestions.
For your destination NAT: Assuming 'Vendor-VPN' is the zone the tunnel terminates on,
NAT rule should be:
dstzone: Vendor-VPN dstaddr: NAT IP (126.96.36.199.); dst translation addr: Real IP (10.1.1.1)
dstzone: Trust dstaddr: NAT IP (188.8.131.52.)
Looks like the bi-directional static NAT should have worked as well, not sure why it didn't. You can trace the NAT IP/nat rules/security rules matching the traffic from the traffic logs.
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