I have two LANs
- LAN 1 - 192.168.250.0/24
- LAN 2 - 192.168.21.0/24
There is a way to use static NAT to map an IP like 192.168.21.1 to a IP of LAN1 like 192.168.250.1?
The is critical to access some LAN1 IPs using IPs of LAN2. I'm testing using fortigate 30d (LAN1 and LAN2 interfaces).
- Create IPv4 policy to permit subnet of LAN1 access LAN2 subnet (without NAT option enabled. I don't know how this option works. If its PAT or dynamic NAT or whatever.)
- Create Virtual IP on the interface LAN1 to use external IP of LAN2 mapped to a IP of LAN1 itself.
Using wireshark I don't see any traffic translated. Am I missing something?