Was wondering if anyone could provide me with or link me to a good explanation of nat-control. I remember a course instructor telling me with it disabled, the ASA acts basically like a router. Is this really the case?
I'd like to avoid all the complex nat configuration issues involved with configuring multiple DMZ's and I was hoping with nat-control disabled this would be the case.
I still require inside to outside nat translations and certain hosts on my public dmz to translate when they access the internet for certain services as well as static nat translations for internet facing servers.
Then I have my private DMZ that needs to talk to the public dmz and vica versa which I would prefer not to have to configure nat for.
Am I doomed to nat hell or will disabling nat-control be my saviour?
Thanking all in advance.
P.S, I'm waiting on the arrival of my new ASA 5520 to replace my Pix 515e v6.3 so I havn't had a chance to play with it yet.