IP NAT Outside
Summary : How to enable IP NAT Outside on Mobility Switch
Starting from ArubaOS 7.4, Mobility Access Switch provides support for IP NAT outside on egress VLAN interface. The IP NAT outside feature changes the source IP of all the egressing packets to the IP of the egress VLAN interface.
- If you configure “private” IP addresses for the VLAN, the controller is assumed to be the default gateway for the subnetwork. Packets that exit the VLAN are given the IP address of the controller for their source IP address.
- If the controller is forwarding the packets at Layer-3, packets that exit the VLAN are given the IP address of the next-hop VLAN for their source IP address.