First I would like to thank everyone who helped me move along to this point. Rather than continue with my confusing original discussion I decided it would be much cleaner to start a new one since the problem has changed considerably.
That any wireless nodes on the 10.1.0.0 network browse through the 159.xxx.xxx.20 server transparently, without the need to set the browser's connection properities to use a Proxy server..
Wireless Linksys WAP54GP connected to a Cisco ASA 5510 VLan 102 Name wireless using Private IP network 10.1.0.0
I need all traffic from the 10.1.0.0 network sent to IP 159.xxx.xxx.20. The 159.xxx.xxx.0 network is also connected to the Cisco 5510 ASA.
It works... sort of:
If I bring up a browser on a wireless node (eg:10.1.0.21) and change the browser's connection settings to use a Proxy Server (eg: 159.xxx.xxx.20) with no port, I get the desired results.
Thanks for reviewing my post.
Is there a way to tell the ASA that for 10.1.0.0 and only that network the Internet is 159.xxx.xxx.20?
Vermont Secretary of State
No, because fundamentally you are asking the same question
You could do policy NAT for the 10.1.0.0 network but this would mean setting up a NAT statement for every internet public address which is completely unrealistic.
I'm sorry but there is no way to do this, or at least a way that i know of. You may want to cross post this onto the firewalling forums, i promise i won't get involved with the thread on that forum.