I have following question about Nating:-
1. static(inside,outside)-Will this command works bidirectionally i.e. Traffic which is coming from outside to inside or reverse both will get NATed OR it only mean that the traffic which is coming from outside to inside will Get NATed..
And If I want to NAT traffic (using the static command) from inside to outside..what will be the syntax..whether I have to type static(outside,inside).
2. Can I use Nat(inside) and global(outside) commands for NATing the traffic from outside to inside.If yes then what will be syntax of commands i.e. Can it be nat(outside) and global (inside)
3. When we are accessing any machine in DMZ network from inside interface network.Whether NAT is required in PIX.For example if the inside network is in private range and the DMZ network is in public or Private range..in Checkpoint we donot need NAT in above case because once the packet hits the firewall(on the internal interface),the Firewall will automatically forward the packet to DMZ machine(connected to its DMZ interface) and as far as I know their is no NAT required in Checkpoint for this case..Whether in PIX NAT is required for this.