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Connections that go out the Secondary ISP are NATed behind the IP address of the interface that faces the Primary ISP Technical Level
Symptoms
  • In ISP Redundancy, the Source IP address of Hide NATed connections that go out the Secondary ISP is translated to the IP address of the gateway's external interface that faces the Primary ISP.
Cause

In the Network Address Translation (NAT) configuration of the network object representing the Source IP address, the 'Hide behind IP address' option was selected and set to the IP address of the gateway's external interface that faces the Primary ISP.


Solution
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