NAT table

This table allows you to define the NAT rules to apply. The firewall will assess rules in their order of appearance on the screen: one by one from the top down. Place them in the right order so that you obtain a coherent result. Once it comes upon a rule that corresponds to the request, the will perform the specified action and stop there.

It is therefore important to define rules from the most restrictive to the most general.

The NAT table consists of two parts - Original traffic (before translation) and Translated traffic.