tab to configure a
name and description for the NAT or NPTv6 policy. You can configure
a tag to allow you to sort or filter policies when many policies
exist. Select the type of NAT policy you are creating, which affects
which fields are available on the
NAT Rule - General Settings
Enter a name to identify the rule. The name
is case-sensitive and can have up to 63 characters, which can be
letters, numbers, spaces, hyphens, and underscores. The name must
be unique on a firewall and, on Panorama, unique within its device
group and any ancestor or descendant device groups.
Enter a description for the rule (up to
If you want to tag the policy,
specify the tag.
A policy tag is a keyword or phrase that
allows you to sort or filter policies. This is useful when you have
defined many policies and want to view those that are tagged with
a particular keyword.
Group Rules by Tag
Enter a tag with which to group
similar policy rules. The group tag allows you to view your policy
rule base based on these tags. You can group rules based on a
Specify the type of translation:
—translation between IPv4 addresses.
—translation between IPv6 and IPv4
—translation between IPv6 prefixes.
cannot combine IPv4 and IPv6 address ranges in a single NAT rule.
Enter a comment to audit the
creation or editing of the policy rule. The audit comment is case-sensitive
and can have up to 256 characters, which can be letters, numbers,
spaces, hyphens, and underscores.
Audit Comment Archive
the policy rule. You can export the Audit Comment Archive CSV format.