Can I add the IP address of an FW WAN interface into a NAT address pool

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Yes.

Other related questions:
Can addresses in a NAT address pool be configured as public addresses mapped to private addresses of intranet servers on an FW enabled with NAT server
Yes.

Whether an address in the NAT address pool can be configured as a public IP address for NAT Server
Yes.

Whether the interface address of the firewall can be set to an address in the NAT address pool
When the NAT No-PAT and triplet NAT policies are configured, do not configure the interface address of the firewall as an interface in the NAT address pool, to prevent the impacts on the access to the firewall. If you set the interface address to the public IP address of NAT Server, you cannot manage the firewall using the interface address in web UI or Telnet mode or perform the ping detection on the firewall. If you need to set the interface address to the public IP address of NAT Server and remotely manage the firewall over this interface, you can enable the PAT for NAT Server and configure protocols and port numbers to narrow the address and port number translation scope, thereby avoiding the impacts on the access to the firewall.

Can the global address of the NAT server be an address in the NAT address pool
No, the global address of the NAT server cannot be an address in the NAT address pool.

Can the virtual IP address of a VRRP group be added to the NAT address pool
Yes. If the virtual IP address of the VRRP group is the only public IP address for the intranet, you can add the virtual IP address to the NAT address pool.

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