This article describes how to delete a NAT Rule from a Network (MCP 1.0) or Network Domain (MCP 2.0)
- Only the Primary Administrator or a Sub-Admin with the Network role can delete NAT Mappings from a Network or Network Domain.
Content / Solution:
From the Home page, select the Data Center where the Network (MCP 1.0) or Network Domain (MCP 2.0) on which the NAT Rule you want to delete is located:
The Data Center dashboard will be displayed. Select the Network (MCP 1.0) or Network Domain (MCP 2.0) on which the NAT Rule you want to delete is located:
The Network or Network Domain dashboard will be displayed. Click on the the Public IPv4 Addresses and NAT Rules tab:
Public IPv4 Address column - Lists the Public IPv4 Addresses currently allocated to the Network or Network Domain.
Server / Virtual IP Name column - Contains the Servers that are associated with a NAT Rule.
Private IP/VIP column - Lists the Private IP/VIP that corresponds to the Public IPv4 Address.
Click on the Manage gear next to the NAT Rule that you want to delete. Select Delete NAT Rule from the dropdown menu:
The system will display the Delete NAT Rule dialog. Click Delete:
The system will delete the NAT Rule and and display a success message:
The NAT Rule will be removed from the NAT Rule pool: