Accessing Perimiter NAT IP from Inside host

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May 20th, 2008
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I don't know if this is possible, would appreciate any insight.


I have a host on my perimeter interface (DMZ) Natted to outside with a public IP address. I want to access this host on the DMZ using its Natted public IP address (on the outside interface). So far i have no success.


Thanks in advance.

Jon

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nojpt Tue, 05/20/2008 - 02:28
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Yes, im trying to access the dmz host via its natted ip on the outside (public IP).

I stand corrected - but as far as I am aware this is not possible.


Going from the inside - to the outside, back into the outside into the DMZ. From the DMZ to the outside, back into the outside into the inside.....does this cover it?


I just cannot see how that is possible - or even why you would want to do it?



nojpt Tue, 05/20/2008 - 16:47
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Hi Andrew,


Glad that you get out of your way to test this on your lab.


One question though, isn't it the syntax for static goes this way:


Static (high_security_int,low_security_int) low_ip high_ip netmask 255.255.255.255 ???


Where INSIDE is always the highest security interface, etc. So just wondering if the command syntax is right.


Will have to test this as well.


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