Add a NAT Stack

You can create a simple NAT stack or an advanced NAT stack.
A simple NAT stack has only one NAT policy set. The NAT policy set has the same name as the NAT Stack. You can add NAT Policy rules directly to Simple NAT Policy Set Stacks. This simplifies the management of NAT stacks if you do not need to leverage the stacking capabilities.
An Advanced NAT stack can accommodate a maximum of four policy sets and one default rule policy set. The policy sets in a NAT stack are ordered from left to right, with the left-most policy set designated as the highest priority. A site will evaluate policy sets within a stack based on the order of the policy sets.
  • Add a simple NAT stack.
    1. Select
      Policies
      Stacked Policies
      NAT
      Simple
      Add Stack
      .
    2. On the
      Add NAT Stack
      screen, enter a
      Name
      for the stack, and an optional description and tags.
    3. (Optional)
      Select the
      Make Default Path Stack
      check box to make this stack a default stack.
    4. (Optional)
      Select the
      Clone From Simple NAT Stack
      check box to clone a stack and select a stack to clone from the
      Choose a Simple NAT Stack
      drop-down.
    5. Save
      your changes.
  • Add an advanced NAT stack.
    1. Select
      Policies
      Stacked Policies
      NAT
      Advanced
      Add Stack
      .
    2. On the newly added row in the
      Name
      column, click the ellipsis menu for the stack and select
      Edit Policy Set Stack Info
      .
    3. Enter a
      Name
      for the stack, and optionally enter description and tags and
      Save
      .

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