I'm using a Cisco PIX 515E running ASA 8.0(3) - two separate networks, one on each interfaceâ¦
I intentionally have a separate network on the 'wireless' interface because I share the wireless with my neighbor and don't want him on my 'inside' LAN. I occasionally want to use the wireless myself, but only need access to my printer at 192.168.21.6
How can I allow the wireless interface access to 192.168.21.6 (just port tcp/udp 9100 I believe). I experimented with static commands, but could not get it to work? Must I create a separate IP such as 192.168.22.6 and map that to 192.168.21.6 on the inside interface in order to print?
static (inside,wireless) tcp 192.168.22.6 9100 192.168.21.6 9100 netmask 255.255.255.255
You ACLs already permit ALL IP traffic between the zones (except the RISKY PORTS) so no need to change that to make this work.
You can also do Identity Static wherein Wireless Users can access the printer using its original address. But that will create problems with the neighbor :).
Please rate if helpful.