I promise I won't post every little question I have...My gratitude ahead of time for helping me learn!
Still new to the PIX appliances and just need a little help understanding assigning NAT/Global to my interfaces:
PIX 506 (2 Interfaces)
1) DSL Router IP: 10.0.0.1
2) OUTSIDE: 10.0.0.2 security0
3) INSIDE: 192.168.0.1 security100
4) Internal LAN subnet: 192.168.0.0/24
If I understand this correctly, NAT and Global commands assign a pool of IP's to help mask the true IPs of the originator?
So with only 2 interfaces on my 506 I would run the following:
INSIDE interface: nat (inside) 1 0 0
OUTSIDE interface: global (outside) 1 0 0
Simply put, I have a small network and I want to allow all workstations access out and/or to other resources on servers on the internal network.
At the same time, we also host our own website and email servers, so I need to allow access IN from the Internet to these servers...
Am I understanding the NAT and Global commands correctly?