SNAT - why would I ever change the source address?
I was reading the docs "Configure Static NAT (SNAT) " and it says this:
"When you add a static NAT action, you can optionally specify a source IP address in the action. Then, when a connection that matches the parameters in your static NAT action is received by your Firebox, it changes the source IP address to the IP address that you specify. You can specify a different source IP address for each SNAT member."
Why would I ever change the source address? To me it seems that it would break NAT.