In my post Checkpoint – Automatic NAT vs Manual NAT I explained both types of NAT clarifying that the Manual NAT makes neccesary the Proxy ARP entry configuration. This example is for a Checkpoint VSX cluster scenario.
This is an example that was used:
The IP that should be configured to answer to ARP request is the 220.127.116.11 (No server … Read more
NAT (Network Address Translation) can be configured in our Checkpoint FW in 2 two different ways: Manual or Automatic
To configure the automatic NAT, the SERVER object properties has a NAT section.
So for example, if we want our host with internal private IP 10.10.50.50 to be published in Internet with public IP 18.104.22.168:
(I we only wanted … Read more