MIP DIP VIP. I am sometimes confused with the NAT names of the Juniper ScreenOS devices. Therefore, I drew a small figure with a few basic examples for these NAT types.
Note that this figure does not cover all possible scenarios, but only the most common ones. E.g., I have never used the destination NAT inside a security policy, thereby it is now shown here.
Or download it as PDF:
- Fir3net: Juniper Netscreen – NAT Explained
- Juniper: [ScreenOS] Resolution Guide – ScreenOS – Configure NAT