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Create a Device RNAT Association

Create a Device RNAT Association

Typically, device RNAT is used to allow servers configured with private, non-routable IP addresses to initiate connections to the Internet. Physically, the load balancer substitutes the public IP address for the source IP address in packets originating on the private device. You can associate a public IP address with the device RNAT.

To create a device RNAT association:

  1. Click Configure RNATs.
  2. Click Device RNATs.
  3. Click Create Association.
  4. The Create a Device RNAT Association dialog appears.

  5. Select a Network.
  6. Select a Compute Pool.
  7. Select a Device.
  8. Select a Device IP address.
  9. Select a Public IP address.
  10. Click Save.