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- Static NAT Considerations
Discovery and Static NAT
The NNMi administrator must create a Tenant definition to identify each static NAT domain within your network management environment.
Spiral Discovery requires a Discovery Seed (Tenant / IP address pair) to identify each Node within the NAT domain. The NNMi administrator must create a Discovery Seed for each Node in the static NAT domain. A Discovery Seed must provide the following information for each Node:
- External IP address (public address from the External/Internal IP address pair)
- Tenant name
See the NNMi help for more information.
Note When adding Discovery seeds (using the
nnmloadseeds.ovpl command or the NNMi console) in a static NAT environment, be sure to use the node's external (public) IP address. For more information, see the nnmloadseeds.ovpl reference page, or the Linux man page.
Tip A best practice is to not have duplicate Domain Name System (DNS) names.
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