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mactech

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I would like to configure one-to-one NAT on the KC box, both forwarding incoming traffic to LAN hosts as masquerading traffic from specific LAN IPs using a number of WAN IPs in my public subnet.

Outgoing traffic seems to have to be routed through the interface IPs. A NAT rule re-writing the public IP for outgoing traffic from my LAN IP (source-NAT using an unassigned WAN IP) breaks my outgoing connectivity. I also do not seem to be able to forward public traffic from an available IP to the LAN IP. Port-forwarding from the Interface WAN to my host LAN IP works fine (ssh).

In the Sonicwall world (which I am familiar with), this is easily set up when enabling NAT rules (incoming NAT setup even offers the option of automatically adding a reverse rule for re-writing your outgoing traffic)

I'd like to use 2WANs in load-balanced mode, route incoming and outgoing traffic to and from a number of servers on the LAN via dedicated NATes public IPs on both interfaces.

Is this at all possible in KC?

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