No NAT DMZ web server when accessed by inside users

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Mar 3rd, 2008
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How can I build an exception for allowing users on the inside to access a web server on port 80 in the DMZ? They cannot do this now because, in my opinion, the server is going through a NAT to the public address, so how can I set it up where any request from the inside on port 80 to this server will not translate the server IP to a public IP (via NAT)?

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static (i,dmz) internal_net internal_net /xx


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cisco24x7 Mon, 03/03/2008 - 18:02
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static (i,dmz) internal_net internal_net /xx


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