NAT PALOALTO

NAT PALOALTO

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Course Content

1 sections • 24 lectures • 10h 45m total length
001. Introduction of NAT
27:01min
002.Types of Source NAT
preview 23:57min
003. Types of Destination NAT
07:57min
004. NAT Policy for Dynamic IP & Port(Source NAT)
18:53min
005. Traffic from TRUST to UNTRUST ZONE part 1(Source NAT)
30:41min
006. Traffic from TRUST to UNTRUST ZONE part 2(Source NAT)
14:22min
007. Allow public access to DMZ server(Source NAT-STATIC IP)
30:16min
008. DESITINATION NAT-One to Many-Port Forwarding
53:48min
009. DESITINATION NAT-One to Many-Port Translation
18:47min
010. DESITINATION NAT-One to Many-Port Translation-Dynamic Distribution
42:30min
011. U -TURN NAT -DUBBLE NAT --SAME ZONE
47:55min
012. U-TURN NAT-DIFFERENT ZONE
16:59min
013. Configure SOURCE NAT---Dynamic IP & Port part 1
preview 08:22min
014. Configure SOURCE NAT---Dynamic IP & Port part 2
57:19min
015. Configure SOURCE NAT---Dynamic IP
09:20min
016. Configure SOURCE NAT---Static IP--Bi-directional
10:34min
017. Configure DESTINATION NAT--Port Forwarding part 1
14:07min
018. Configure DESTINATION NAT--Port Forwarding part 2
22:39min
019. Configure DESTINATION NAT--Port Translation
39:47min
020. Configure DESTINATION NAT--Port Translation with Address & Service Group
56:48min
021. Configure U-TURN NAT---SAME ZONE-SINGLE NAT
22:14min
022. Configure U-TURN NAT---SAME ZONE-DOUBLE NAT
50:00min
023. Configure U-TURN NAT---SAME ZONE-DOUBLE NAT-HIDE REAL IP
19:33min
024. Configure U-TURN NAT---DIFFERENT ZONE-SINGLE NAT-HIDE REAL IP
14:42min

Requirements

  • CCNA

Description

This section describes Network Address Translation (NAT) and how to configure the firewall for NAT. NAT allows you to translate private, non-routable IPv4 addresses to one or more globally-routable IPv4 addresses, thereby conserving an organization’s routable IP addresses. NAT allows you to not disclose the real IP addresses of hosts that need access to public addresses and to manage traffic by performing port forwarding. You can use NAT to solve network design challenges, enabling networks with identical IP subnets to communicate with each other. The firewall supports NAT on Layer 3 and virtual wire interfaces.

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About the Instructor

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About the Instructor

Anwar did his B.E. in Electronics & communication from Jamia Millia Islamia (a Central University), New Delhi, India. He has more than 27 years of industry experience in india & abroad. He started his career in CISCO domain in mid 2004 when he was in Kuwait Army, State of Kuwait. Since then he has been enlightening minds in the networking field and provides guidance and training to both highly skilled professional as well as freshers.

 

He has ultimate knowledge in multiple domain like CCIE(R&S), CCNP(R&S), BGP, MPLS, CCNA(R&S), CCNA(SEC), PALOALTO, LTM, GTM, SDWAN, MCP, MCSA,ASA, DMVPN, IPV6, QOS etc...

 

Currently he is the Director of NETWORKING CORE PROGRAM.He has worked with CISCO Network Academy(Jamia Hamdard), Minstry of Defense - Kuwait Army, CMC, L&T, Vision Communication, VTPL etc.