For TCP port forwarding, the rotary pool feature works well, I've tested it multiple times with success but indeed for UDP I saw a lot of posts on the Internet telling about using a route-map in the static NAT entry but I could never make it work either.
Wouldn't a static NAT entry along with an access-list on the WAN interface would solve the problem of having to do multiple static PAT entries ?
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