The NAT Gateway service provides the network address translation (NAT) function for servers, such as Elastic Cloud Servers (ECSs), Bare Metal Servers (BMSs), and Workspace desktops, in a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) or servers that connect to a VPC through Direct Connect or Virtual Private Network (VPN) in local data centers, allowing these servers to access the Internet using elastic IP addresses (EIPs) or to provide services for the Internet.
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You can manage NAT gateways, SNAT rules, and DNAT rules based on service requirements. In addition, you can view monitoring metrics in real time to learn about the health status of your NAT gateways.
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You can manage NAT gateways, SNAT rules, and DNAT rules by calling APIs.
Learn more about common issues and solutions.
What Is the Relationship Between a VPC and a NAT Gateway, EIP Bandwidth, and ECS?
What Are the Differences Between an ECS Using a NAT Gateway and the ECS Binding to an EIP?
What Can I Do If NAT Gateway Rules Become Invalid After ECS Specifications Are Changed?
How Do I Resolve Packet Loss or Connection Failure Issues When Using a NAT Gateway?
What Can I Do If I Fail to Access the Internet Through the NAT Gateway?