Manual Chapter : About Route Domain and SNAT Selection

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BIG-IP APM

  • 15.0.0
Manual Chapter

About Route Domain and SNAT Selection

The Route Domain and SNAT Selection action enables dynamic assignment of a route domain and of SNAT.
A Route Domain and SNAT Selection action provides these configuration elements and options:
Route Domain
Specifies a route domain. Enables route domain-based policy routing, sending a user to another route domain based on the outcomes of previous branches in the access policy.
SNAT
Specifies a SNAT to provide secure network address translation (SNAT) to the self IP address of the BIG-IP® device, or to choose from a pool of configured internal addresses for SNAT. SNAT precedence is determined according to the following rules:
  • First, if a SNAT is defined in a Network Access resource configuration, APM uses that SNAT.
  • If there is no SNAT defined in the Network Access resource, or the resource is another type, the APM takes the SNAT from this assignment in the access policy.
  • If there is no SNAT assigned in the access policy, the APM uses the SNAT from the virtual server definition.