NAT rules and routing
Configure NAT rules to translate IP addresses and ports for traffic between networks. Configure routes to forward traffic based on the criteria you specify.
You can create source NAT (SNAT) and destination NAT (DNAT) rules to enable traffic flow between private and public networks by translating non-routable private IP addresses to routable public IP addresses.
See NAT rules.
You can configure the following routes:
- Gateways: Forward traffic within the network and to external networks.
- SD-WAN routes: Route traffic based on applications, users and groups, and network criteria.
- SD-WAN profiles: Define an SD-WAN routing strategy across multiple gateways.
- Static routes: Forward packets to a destination other than the configured default gateway.
- Dynamic routes: Configure dynamic routes using the RIP, OSPF, OSPFv3, BGP, and PIM-SM protocols.