NAT and FQDN

VCIT
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I want to lock down my NAT to a public FQDN site.  Most of the companies I deal with have a static IP address, but the main one updates a FQDN. I need to be able to use a DNS name and not an IP address. Would love to see that feature. Soon...  I have seen many others asking for this years ago.  I can't imagine this would be a security issues. Way better that ANY on the incoming traffic.  

Thanks

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  • Zyxel_Jeff
    Zyxel_Jeff Posts: 445
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    edited November 8
    Hello @VCIT

    Do you mean the requirement of the FQDN object function?
    Or, could you specify your scenario, topology, and requirement more in detail for us?

    Thanks :) .
  • Zyxel_Jeff
    Zyxel_Jeff Posts: 445
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    Hello @VCIT

    Not sure if is the feature that you want. Currently, we don't support public IP as an FQDN-based NAT feature.

    Thanks.

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