Whether doing Hide NAT(Hide behind IP or Hide behind Gateway) will automatically add two rules in the rulebase.
For example If someone from internal network want to access external public IP
Internal Network 10.10.10.1/24
External IP:- 22.214.171.124(Public IP)
NAT IP:- 126.96.36.199
Now when the internal network accesses the public IP it will get Hide NATed to the public IP 188.8.131.52--
Will that mean the one more rulebase will get created automatically(because of Hide NAT) which will mean that the external IP (184.108.40.206) can access 220.127.116.11 and then this 18.104.22.168 IP will get NATed to 10.10.10.1
Am I correct?
If yes then will that mean that at a time either internal network can access external IP OR external IP can access internal network.
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