sonicwall nsa 2600 NAT

I have a public IP address available and for our webserver application we need to NAT the same to private IP of this server.
I need to configure this on Sonicwall NSA 2600 device.
The server private IP : 192.168.0.100
subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
gateway : 192.168.0.101 (sonicwall IP)

Public IP - 87.66.x.x

How to configure the same
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kurajeshSenior Systems AnalystAsked:
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MPCP-BrianCommented:
Have you tried using the 'Wizards' option on the top right when you log in?
There is a 'Public Server Wizard' that will automatically create all of the NAT and firewall rules for you with just a few questions that I am certain you can answer (based on the information in the question).
I prefer this method because there are several steps to configuring the NAT manually.
While you answer that I will see if I can create a list if you would like to set it up manually.

1. Create an address object for your web server. Network > Address objects
2. Create a Public IP Address object (if not using the primary WAN IP) Network > Address Objects
2. (If unique ports are required) Create a new service object(s) for the ports used for your application. Firewall > Service Objects
2B. Create a service object group if multiple services(ports) are needing to be passed through. Firewall > Service Objects
3. Create NAT Policies(below)   Network > NAT Policies

Source: Any
Translated: Original
Destination: WAN Address Object created on step 2 - or 'WAN Primary IP' if using your default gateway IP
Translated: Original
Service: Service Object created on step 2 or 2B
Translated: Original


Source: Address Object created on step 1
Translated: WAN Address Object created on step 2 - or 'WAN Primary IP' if using your default gateway IP
Destination: Any
Translated: Original
Service: Service Object created on step 2 or 2B
Translated: Original


Source: Firewalled Subnets
Translated: WAN Address Object created on step 2 - or 'WAN Primary IP' if using your default gateway IP
Destination: WAN Address Object created on step 2 - or 'WAN Primary IP' if using your default gateway IP
Translated: Address Object created on step 1
Service: Service Object created on step 2 or 2B
Translated: Original


4. Create the firewall access rule. Firewall > Access Rules
From: WAN
To: LAN
Source: Any
Destination: Address Object created on step 1
Service: Service Object created on step 2 or 2B
Action: Allow


That looks like a lot - and that is because it is. Those steps are to open up the ports so anyone from the Internet can access it. There are ways to filter down to IP, etc. I hope it is not too confusing. let me know!
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kurajeshSenior Systems AnalystAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot, I tried but couldnt succeed.

8082 is the port to be used for the application.

please explain the above steps with ip details provided,
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MPCP-BrianCommented:
Kurajesh,

I have done the best to update to guide I gave. The only place you enter the IP address is on the Service and Address objects. For the rest of the guide you use the names generated during the creation of these address objects.
Have you purchased multiple public IP addresses with your ISP? If not you can skip step two and just use 'WAN Primary IP' which is a system generated IP if you only have the one.

1. Create an address object for your web server. Network > Address objects
   Name: Web Server
   Zone Assignment: LAN
   Type: Host
   IP Address: 192.168.0.100

2. Create a Public IP Address object (if not using the primary WAN IP - which you did not specify) Network > Address Objects
   Name: Web Server Public
   Zone Assignment: WAN
   Type: Host
   IP Address: 87.66.x.x

3. Create a new service object(s) for the port 8082 used for your application. Firewall > Service Objects
   Name: Port 8082
   Protocol: Likely 'TCP' if you do not know
   Port Range 8082 - 8082

4. Create NAT Policies(below)   Network > NAT Policies

Source: Any
Translated: Original
Destination: Web Server Public - or 'WAN Primary IP'
Translated: Original
Service: Port 8082
Translated: Original


Source: Web Server
Translated: Web Server Public - or 'WAN Primary IP'
Destination: Any
Translated: Original
Service: Port 8082
Translated: Original


Source: Firewalled Subnets
Translated: Web Server Public - or 'WAN Primary IP'
Destination: Web Server Public - or 'WAN Primary IP'
Translated: Web Server
Service: Port 8082
Translated: Original


5. Create the firewall access rule. Firewall > Access Rules
From: WAN
To: LAN
Source: Any
Destination: Web Server
Service: Port 8082
Action: Allow
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kurajeshSenior Systems AnalystAuthor Commented:
got it thanks
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