NAT Address Pools Identified as Address Objects

When configuring a
Dynamic IP
or
Dynamic IP and Port
NAT address pool in a NAT policy rule, it is typical to configure the pool of translated addresses with address objects. Each address object can be a host IP address, IP address range, or IP subnet.
Because both NAT rules and security policy rules use address objects, it is a best practice to distinguish between them by naming an address object used for NAT with a prefix, such as “NAT-
name
.”

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