PA sending TCP RST for a NAT rule

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PA sending TCP RST for a NAT rule

L1 Bithead

Hi everybody,

Adding a bidirectionnal NAT rule for an ssl web server and the according security rule, connections from outside are dropped as "Incomplete". Traffic capture show that first SYN packet received is directly rejected by PA with a RST response. What does it mean ?



Hi, can you elaborate a little more about the "It is always safer to create 2 NAT policies for DNAT and SNAT than bi-direcitonal"


I do have most of mine NAT rule is currently provisioned bi-directional and we are seeing issue with client server session reset. So, I searched and see this thread but do not understand about the statement you metioned. Thanks much for your help and if you could help and give a sample practical NAT rule using two separates policies instead of one as you said.

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