- Green, 3000 points or more
I have a particular question and would like to know if this is feasable from a staic NAT translation perspective on a PIX firewall and a remote inside network.
Equipment: PIX 515E version 6.3(3)
Physical Interfaces 6
Design on Network Site A:
Internal routing: OSPF, inclduing the PIX ospf participation.
Network site B:
Connects from Network site A 6509MSFC2local--><<100MB WAN link Ethernet>>-->6506MSFC2
We had a particular server connected to our 6509 switch in network site A configured to be access from the outside world with specific access rules for specific public access. The server was moved to site B and was also re-ip. I created on the PIX inside interface the new host/ip address for that server, as well as created the access rules and static NAT to reflect the new IP changes
on the server, however, the server cannot be access from the outside anymore. I can ping the server from the PIX since it is all dynamic routing the PIX can reach it but when users try to connect using the public IP it does not
seem to translate and redirect the traffic.. any suggestions?