I know my setup is ugly. I am double NAT'ing the pix as it sits behind my linksys router. So, the linksys gave the pix an IP via DHCP. I am able to browse to the machines behind the pix locally while connected to my network on the linksys, but unable to access the pix via ssh or the other machines behind via port redirection. Here is what I've done that I thought would work.
I exposed the pix outside IP which is non routable and given by the linksys router as the DMZ. This should open all ports and allow connectivity to the pix. However, it appears that I need to add a NAT for my real IP given by my ISP on the pix to NAT to the non-routable outside interface of the pix which is connected to a port on the linksys.
My question is, how can I NAT my real outside IP to my non routable outside interface on my pix. I was thinking of doing the following but not sure if it would work.
I was thinking of creating a mgmt interface and create a NAT from the public IP from the ISP to the mgmt interface. But i'm not 100% that this would resolve the problem because I still would need to access the workstations behind it using port redirection.
Thanks for any insight.