There are many types of NAT in the land of Check Point. Here’s a quick overview,
- Static NAT – One to one translation
- Hide/Dynamic NAT – Allows you to NAT multiple IPs behind one IP/Interface
- Automatic NAT – Quick basic address NAT translation.
- Manual NAT – Allows greater flexibility over automatic NAT. Proxy ARP is not automatic, so unless routed to the firewall Proxy ARPs are required.
- Server Side NAT – destination is NAT`d by the outbound kernel
- Client Side NAT – destination is NAT`d by the inbound kernel
For more information on Server / Client side NAT click here
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