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Loading and Manipulating NAT Rules; The ipnat Utility

NAT rules are loaded by using the ipnat utility. The NAT rules can be stored in any file on the system, but typically these rules are stored in /etc/ipnat.rules, /usr/local/etc/ipnat.rules, or /etc/opt/ipf/ipnat.rules.

Rules can also be removed from the list instead of added by using the -r command line option, but it is generally a safer idea to flush the rule set that you're working on with -C and completely reload it when making changes. Any active mappings are not affected by -C, and can be removed with -F.

NAT rules and active mappings can be examined with the -l command line option.

In summary, the easiest way to load a NAT rule set is ipnat -CF -f /etc/ipnat.rules.