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Watchguard Firebox: Multiple external IP NAT help

Hey folks,

I'm setting new policies on a Watchguard Firebox that we have just setup at our new COLO. I am using the System Manager software to do this.

My question is why can't I see all of my available external IPs when setting up a NAT in the 'to' field of a new policy? I can only see a single external IP available, which is in front of the Firebox. I should be able to see our entire range? I'm needing to add these policies to prep for our migration of production servers to a COLO.

We are on a 66.196.x.x/28 block.

Thanks for your help.
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mangamonster
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Elwin3Commented:
in the system manger go to network, configuration and then modify the external interface. click on the secondary networks tab and add the IPs you want. You can then use these for NAT.
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spiderwilk007Commented:
Can you just type the IP in for each NAT? On my firewall I can't see the external IP's but I can configure them.
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mangamonsterAuthor Commented:
Looks like I was able to find it.

1. Go to Network > Configuration
2. Select your External interface you with to add IPs to (from the Interface tab), select the Configure button.
3. From the Interface Settings window, click on the Secondary tab.
4. Add all of the secondary IPs you wish to use for traffic routing on your polices.

:) Weeee!
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mangamonsterAuthor Commented:
I'll give it to ya since you beat me to it, hehe. Thanks!
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Elwin3Commented:
thank you, have a good weekend :)
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