My outside network is: 10.x.y.0/24
My inside network is: 192.168.a.0/24.
The packet comes from: 172.30.b.192/29
I need port forwarding or redirecting to my inside ssh machine and I don't like seeing host route to 172.30.b.ccc over inside if. of PIX.
I tried one-to-one NAT from outside to inside but my ssh machine doesn't know anything about the MAC of NATed interface of PIX (arp who <192.168.a.d> tell ...)
What is the solution? PIX hate "static (outside,inside) <internal_IP> <my_subnet> netmask 255.255.255.240" command which is acceptable. It isn't a one-to-one relation, of course.
So what is the solution?