Sometimes the question arises if Access Requests can consider NAT Rules also

Option 1:
End users opening an Access Request ticket are mostly not interested if NAT is necessary for ther request or not. In most cases they even won't know if NAT is neccessary. So in this case the question if NAT should be considered in the ticket is not that important.

Option 2:
An administrator knows that NAT is needed and tries to configure it in the ticket. This is possible:

Opening the object browser allows to provide IP addresses and NAT addresses

This results in a specific entry for Destination:

So everything seems ok, BUT this needs to be considered:

  • Risk Analysis doesn't use NAT information
  • Designer doesn't use NAT information
  • Verifier doesn't use NAT information

Due to these facts, it's not really recommended to use NAT in Access Request tickets.