Nami Lv2Posted 19 Dec 2022 14:32
  
You have unstable network
ZoroZoro Lv3Posted 19 Dec 2022 14:39
  
Try to restart the appliance
jetjetd Lv5Posted 19 Dec 2022 16:28
  
I think this is from built in NAT configuration of Sangfor NGAF. Try to check if you can delete it.
arjay Lv3Posted 20 Dec 2022 16:43
  
Simply reboot the device for it to clear the cache
Zonger Lv4Posted 20 Dec 2022 18:35
  
Yes, you can clear the cache by deleting NAT policy
Faisal P Posted 20 Dec 2022 21:25
  
K47059113: Disable NAT/SNAT on a specific Virtual Server (VS) when NAT/SNAT is configured on F5 BIG-IP; Login to the Configuration Terminal.
BoonSeong Lv1Posted 11 Jan 2023 09:37
  
This is due to the session is still there, even you had deleted the SNAT configuration but the ping is still there (where the session is still there) then it is still able to ping to the destination. If you want it to take effect, you may need to stop the ping and let the session to disconnect.

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