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source nat problem

source nat problem

source nat problem

(OP)
Hi.

NS25 is the box I'm refering to here...

I have a local lan ethernet1 10.20.30.1/24 binded to trust zone.

I have another local lan ethernet2 10.20.40.1/24 binded to office zone.

I want to source Nat from trust to office so that 10.20.30.x would be translated to 192.168.1.1 to the office zone.

The office zone has a tunnel interface for VPN bounded to it. So I have to source nat throught the cpn tunnel...

Does anyone know how to do this???

i2007

RE: source nat problem

Hi,
   I believe you need to use a MIP from trust zone to the office zone.  First create the mip under interfaces (trust) in the GUI then create a policy in your firewall allowing that traffic from trust to office.  Have you done a MIP before?

Scott

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