How to add/ edit/ delete NAT Rule

How to add NAT rule

To add NAT rule

  1. Click Network
  2. Click New NAT Rule link (in the left pane) under NAT link. Network :: New NAT Rule page appears.

New NAT Rule

  3. Enter the name of the NAT rule in the Name

  4. Enter the protocol for the NAT rule in the Protocol

  5. Enter the external port number for the NAT rule in the External Port

  6. Enter the internal port number for the NAT rule in the Internal Port

  7. Enter the Internal IP address in the Internal IP

  8. Click Submit to save the changes.

 

Adding BYOD entry

Once the NAT rule is added, you also need to add the device in BYOD list. Unibox will be able to forward the incoming request to the internal device only when the device is authenticated when hotspot mode is enabled. 

To add a new BYOD entry, click on Authentication section and click on Users.

Click on New User menu and add the entry for the new device as shown below. You can assign the user to specific group if you want to enforce specific restrictions.

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Once the user entry is added. Go to List Users and click o n the user entry to go to Edit User page.

Click on the "Add BYOD" option in the left menu and add the entry for the new device. Please remember to provide the correct IP and MAC address of the device. The device will be assigned the given IP address whenever it is added to the network.

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How to edit NAT rule

  1. Click Network
  2. Click List NAT Rules link (in the left pane) under NAT Network :: List NAT Rules page appears.
  3. Click the NAT rule entry in the List NAT Rules table.
  4. Click the Edit NAT Rule link (in the left pane).
  5. Make the necessary changes.
  6. Click Submit to save the changes.

 

If you change/replace the device or make changes to the IP address of the device, please make changes to the BYOD information as per the instructions above.

How to delete NAT rule

  1. Click Network
  2. Click List NAT Rules link (in the left pane) under NAT Network :: List NAT Rules page appears.
  3. Click the NAT rule entry in the List NAT Rules table.
  4. Click the Delete NAT Rule link (in the left pane). Confirm Delete pop up appears.
  5. Click Delete.

 

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