White listing a range of IP addresses
MIS_ShopperWorld Newbie ✭
I have an outside Security Provider that requires access to our security cameras DVD's system. Byway of using DNS to connect for example: http://sw12.shopperworld.net:8080/
They also asked me me to white list (3) ranges of IP addresses. I have already created both the address objects and groups. My question is how do I create the NAT for this scenario or are access rules a better option? I have created NAT before but, it was NAT from an on site server to the cloud. Is it the same? I new to this, Thanks in advance.
Category: Entry Level Firewalls
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I think you are asking about port forwarding rules so that you can access the Security cameras using the URL: http://sw12.shopperworld.net:8080/ from outside the network.
You can use the KB below:
The whitelist addresses given by your provider can be used in the source address field on the access rule mentioned in this KB. If you want this URL to be accessible from any location, you can leave it on Any.
If you have any further questions, let us know.
Technical Support Advisor, Premier Services
you can refer this article
when you do Create a NAt policy make sure you original source will be the group which you created for white listing