Network address translation configuration

REST Endpoints

Collection URI
Collection Methods
Resource URI
/mgmt/tm/ltm/nat/~resource id
Resource Methods
Resource Natural Key
name, partition, subPath


Name Type Default Value Required Access Description
appService string   optional read/write The application service to which the object belongs.
arp string enabled optional read/write Enables or disables Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).
autoLasthop string default optional read/write Specifies whether to automatically map last hop for pools or not. The default is to use next level’s default.
description string   optional read/write User defined description.
disabled boolean true optional read/write Disables the NAT.
enabled boolean true optional read/write Enables the NAT.
inheritedTrafficGroup string   optional read/write  
originatingAddress string   required read/write Specifies the IP address from which traffic is being initiated.
tmPartition string Common optional read/write Displays the administrative partition within which the nat resides.
trafficGroup string   optional read/write Specifies the traffic group for the NAT. The default is inherited from the containing folder.
translationAddress string   required read/write Translation/destination IP address. This may not be changed after the nat has been created.
unit integer 1 optional read/write  
vlansDisabled boolean   optional read/write Indicates the NAT is disabled on the list of VLANs.
vlansEnabled boolean   optional read/write Indicates the NAT is enabled on the list of VLANs.


Name Type Default Value Required Access Description
vlans (net/tunnels/tunnel) array_structure   optional read/write Specifies a list of existing VLANs on which access to the NAT is enabled or disabled. A NAT is accessible on all VLANs by default.
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