Hi, I have started to configure my new NSA 2600 and I have a question about the Loopback NAT Policy and firewalled subnets.
I have setup the following NAT Policy but the firewalled subnets group doesn't appear to list any of my subnets only my two LAN interfaces.
When I try and access the servers web interface from with the building, it fails to load.
Original Source: Firewalled Subnets
Translated Source: Public Address of Server
Original Destination: Public Address of Server
Translated Destination: Local Address of Server
Original Service: HTTPS
Translated Service: Original
Inbound Interface: Any
Outbound Interface: Any
If I create my own address group listing my Internal Subnets as the Original Source, the policy works as expected and I can access the servers web interface from within the building.
Is there any reason why my LAN subnets are not listed in the Firewall Subnets group?
I have Route Polices configured for each of my LAN subnets and they can all access the internet.
Hi, I'd recommend using the Wizard in the top right corner. It creates all the necessary service, address objects, acres rules and NAT Policies automatically. Select whichever type of server you prefer
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