fortinet.fortios.fortios_firewall_central_snat_map – Configure central SNAT policies in Fortinet’s FortiOS and FortiGate.

Note

This plugin is part of the fortinet.fortios collection (version 2.1.3).

You might already have this collection installed if you are using the ansible package. It is not included in ansible-core. To check whether it is installed, run ansible-galaxy collection list.

To install it, use: ansible-galaxy collection install fortinet.fortios.

To use it in a playbook, specify: fortinet.fortios.fortios_firewall_central_snat_map.

New in version 2.10: of fortinet.fortios

Synopsis

  • This module is able to configure a FortiGate or FortiOS (FOS) device by allowing the user to set and modify firewall feature and central_snat_map category. Examples include all parameters and values need to be adjusted to datasources before usage. Tested with FOS v6.0.0

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • ansible>=2.9.0

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
access_token
string
Token-based authentication. Generated from GUI of Fortigate.
action
string
    Choices:
  • move
the action indiactor to move an object in the list
after
string
mkey of target identifier
before
string
mkey of target identifier
enable_log
boolean
    Choices:
  • no ←
  • yes
Enable/Disable logging for task.
firewall_central_snat_map
dictionary
Configure central SNAT policies.
comments
string
Comment.
dst_addr
list / elements=string
Destination address name from available addresses.
name
string / required
Address name. Source firewall.address.name firewall.addrgrp.name.
dst_addr6
list / elements=string
IPv6 Destination address.
name
string / required
Address name. Source firewall.address6.name firewall.addrgrp6.name.
dstintf
list / elements=string
Destination interface name from available interfaces.
name
string / required
Interface name. Source system.interface.name system.zone.name.
nat
string
    Choices:
  • disable
  • enable
Enable/disable source NAT.
nat46
string
    Choices:
  • enable
  • disable
Enable/disable NAT46.
nat64
string
    Choices:
  • enable
  • disable
Enable/disable NAT64.
nat_ippool
list / elements=string
Name of the IP pools to be used to translate addresses from available IP Pools.
name
string / required
IP pool name. Source firewall.ippool.name.
nat_ippool6
list / elements=string
IPv6 pools to be used for source NAT.
name
string / required
IPv6 pool name. Source firewall.ippool6.name.
nat_port
string
Translated port or port range (0 to 65535).
orig_addr
list / elements=string
Original address.
name
string / required
Address name. Source firewall.address.name firewall.addrgrp.name.
orig_addr6
list / elements=string
IPv6 Original address.
name
string / required
Address name. Source firewall.address6.name firewall.addrgrp6.name.
orig_port
string
Original TCP port (0 to 65535).
policyid
integer / required
Policy ID.
protocol
integer
Integer value for the protocol type (0 - 255).
srcintf
list / elements=string
Source interface name from available interfaces.
name
string / required
Interface name. Source system.interface.name system.zone.name.
status
string
    Choices:
  • enable
  • disable
Enable/disable the active status of this policy.
type
string
    Choices:
  • ipv4
  • ipv6
IPv4/IPv6 source NAT.
uuid
string
Universally Unique Identifier (UUID; automatically assigned but can be manually reset).
member_path
string
Member attribute path to operate on.
Delimited by a slash character if there are more than one attribute.
Parameter marked with member_path is legitimate for doing member operation.
member_state
string
    Choices:
  • present
  • absent
Add or delete a member under specified attribute path.
When member_state is specified, the state option is ignored.
self
string
mkey of self identifier
state
string / required
    Choices:
  • present
  • absent
Indicates whether to create or remove the object.
vdom
string
Default:
"root"
Virtual domain, among those defined previously. A vdom is a virtual instance of the FortiGate that can be configured and used as a different unit.

Notes

Note

  • Legacy fortiosapi has been deprecated, httpapi is the preferred way to run playbooks

  • Adjust object order by moving self after(before) another.

  • Only one of [after, before] must be specified when action is moving an object.

Examples

- collections:
  - fortinet.fortios
  connection: httpapi
  hosts: fortigate01
  vars:
    ansible_httpapi_port: 443
    ansible_httpapi_use_ssl: true
    ansible_httpapi_validate_certs: false
    vdom: root
  tasks:
  - name: fortios_firewall_central_snat_map
    fortios_firewall_central_snat_map:
      vdom: root
      state: present
      firewall_central_snat_map:
        dst_addr:
        - all
        dstintf:
        - port5
        nat: disable
        nat_port: '0'
        orig_addr:
        - all
        orig_port: '0'
        policyid: 1
        protocol: 33
        srcintf:
        - port2
        status: enable
        type: ipv4

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key Returned Description
build
string
always
Build number of the fortigate image

Sample:
1547
http_method
string
always
Last method used to provision the content into FortiGate

Sample:
PUT
http_status
string
always
Last result given by FortiGate on last operation applied

Sample:
200
mkey
string
success
Master key (id) used in the last call to FortiGate

Sample:
id
name
string
always
Name of the table used to fulfill the request

Sample:
urlfilter
path
string
always
Path of the table used to fulfill the request

Sample:
webfilter
revision
string
always
Internal revision number

Sample:
17.0.2.10658
serial
string
always
Serial number of the unit

Sample:
FGVMEVYYQT3AB5352
status
string
always
Indication of the operation's result

Sample:
success
vdom
string
always
Virtual domain used

Sample:
root
version
string
always
Version of the FortiGate

Sample:
v5.6.3


Authors

  • Link Zheng (@chillancezen)

  • Jie Xue (@JieX19)

  • Hongbin Lu (@fgtdev-hblu)

  • Frank Shen (@frankshen01)

  • Miguel Angel Munoz (@mamunozgonzalez)

  • Nicolas Thomas (@thomnico)