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Sonicwall NSA 2400

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I'm removing a juniper ssg20 and installing a sonicwall nas 2400 in an environment. terminology is not the same. From the juniper under interface options I can select the interface and then have the option to Map and IP (MIP). What would this be called in a Sonicwall? The MIP address I have are a public IP address that are mapped to an internal IP address.
The other option in the Juniper is Routing to Destination. I type in an IP address, gateway and select the interface associated with it. With the Sonicwall I see routing but no option to key any IP address in.
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Are you meaning mapping a specific public IP to a specific internal private IP. If so that is called one to one NAT. Please see the following KB for more information on using NAT with SonicWALLs.

http://www.fuzeqna.com/sonicwallkb/consumer/kbdetail.asp?kbid=7979#Many_to_One_NAT
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PERFECT! Thank You.
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