We have some web servers set up internally, I have NAT configured and they are working if you type in a domain URL from an external network, but if you type in the same domain URL on a computer in the internal network, it throws a "portmap translation" error. Does anyone know what causes this? I have gotten it to stop giving me an error when I mess around with the NAT settings but the page will never parse.
More info on the connections, right now we have 2 WAN connections, one is for internal DHCP clients inside - outside, and one is a faster connections outside - inside for the web servers.
We have a block of 13 statics on both connections, but only the T1 connection is using more than one. Thanks for any advice you can provide, and yes my config is messy, and my ACLs are goofy, but I spent my weekend learning this stuff.
ATTACHED CONFIG: Result of the command: "show running-config"
from inside you are accessing your own public webserver but the request is pointing to public IP , try hairpining solution on same page assuming 192.168.1.100 is the webserver in interface inside.
same-security-traffic permit intra-interface
static (inside,inside) xxx.xxx.123.197 192.168.1.100