Source and destination based on NAT using DHCP

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Source and destination based on NAT using DHCP

L1 Bithead



I am setting up a PAN device. On ethernet1/1 I have it set up to DHCP. I then will have a computer connected to ethernet1/9. I want to set up both source and destination based NAT. From what I understand in order to do this I would need to create an object. Is there any way to set up an IP based object that will be whatever the IP is that an interface got via DHCP?






Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

You can set up DDNS in the advanced tab of ethernet1/1, then create a FQDN address object you can use for NAT and security policy

Tom Piens
PANgurus - Strata specialist; config reviews, policy optimization
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