Translate a single IP address to another address (for example, to allow a device on the Internet to connect to a host on a private network).
Translate a contiguous block of addresses to another block of addresses of the same size (for example, to allow access to a group of servers).
Translate a destination IP address and port to another destination IP address and port (for example, to allow access to multiple services using the same IP address but different ports).
The following types of destination NAT are supported:
Translation of the original destination IP address to an IP address from a user-defined pool. This type of translation does not include Port Address Translation (PAT). If the original destination IP address range is larger than the address range in the user-defined address pool, any untranslated packets are dropped.
Translation of the original destination IP address (and optional port number) to one specific IP address (and port number) from a user-defined pool.
Steve Puluka BSEET - Juniper Ambassador IP Architect - DQE Communications Pittsburgh, PA (Metro Ethernet & ISP) http://puluka.com/home