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Work Satisfactorily Completed: Inspector Date Permit No. ENC City of Palo Alto ENCROACHMENT PERMIT & TEMPORARY LEASE Public Works Engineering Phone: 650/3292151 FAX: 650/3292240 Inspection: 650/4966929
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hi this is Tom with the community team and in this episode of the getting started video tutorial series were going to take a look at Network Address Translation unless you have the luxury of owning a very large IP subnet in the public IP space network address translation is going to be a requirement for your internal hosts to be able to connect out to the internet and for local servers to be reachable from the outside one of the very first things youre going to need is a hide NAT rule also known as a many-to-one or source-NAT for your outbound connections so lets create one the original packet tab should correspond to what a packet looks like before any NAT is applied So the source is going to be your trust interface because the routing of your source IP address points to your trust interface The destination zone is going to be the untrust interface because the IP addresses is public so your default gateway is going to point out the destination interface is going to corresponds to your public interface and finally in the translators packet were going to set the translation type to dynamic IP and port and for the address type were going to start with the interface address interface is going to be the external one because the public IP address is attached to that interface and were going to select the IP address If your external interface happens to be a dynamic one like if you have a cable modem or DSL theres not going to be an IP address because thats assigned dynamically and then just leave this is none if you have a static IP address you can select it here This NAT policy will translate all sessions originating from your trust zone going out to the untrust zone and it will change the source address to the IP address assigned to the external interface and it will randomize the source port used by your clients a couple of variations are available depending on your requirements for example if we change the address type from interface IP to translated address this will give us manual control over which IP this is used for this NAT rule This can come in handy if you want to use a different IP address than the interface IP address for your local subnet or if your isp assigned you a larger subnet to use and you want to prevent oversubscription which is a condition where more source ports per translated address are required then there are available so you can either input a port range or a subnet for example the IP range or subnet The firewall is going to select the IPaddress from this pool based on a hash from the source IP address which means that a any given host will always exit firewall using the same source IP address from the pool thats configured here another variation is dynamic IP let me go ahead and clone this policy so i can show you the difference so in the translated packets were going to change the translation type from dynamic IP and port to dynamic IP the big change here is that the firewall is no longer going to randomize the...