• Author : Jikai Yin

 
 

NAT Peer State Synchronization

Introduction NAT Peer State Synchronization feature provides redundancy and resiliency for Dynamic NAT across pair of devices in attempt to mitigate the risk of single NAT device failure. Both devices in redundant pair are active. Both of them track new sessions and create or delete NAT entries dynamically. Essentially, an active NAT entry is maintained on both devices irrespective of who created it. Platform compatibility NAT Peer State Synchronization is supported on the following platforms: DCS-7150 Configuration The following requirements must be ensured before enabling NAT Peer State Synchronization on devices in redundant pair Both devices in redundant pair must...
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