NAT To Address Not Present On WAN Interface

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NAT To Address Not Present On WAN Interface

Hello,

 

I have a rather odd question about the 1:1 NAT capabilities of the MX's.  We currently have a Cisco 5506-X in place for an organization that is utilizing a 1:1 NAT translation for an address that is not present on any of the interfaces. 

 

However the ASA is capable of translating to any address that is in the same subnet as the WAN interface's address.

 

Is this possible on the MX's as well?

 

Thank you,

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Bettencourt
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The public IP can be anything public.
The LAN IP must be part of a configured subnet.


https://documentation.meraki.com/MX/NAT_and_Port_Forwarding/Configuring_1%3A1_NAT

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