My PIX 535 handles the routing on my network. The situation is this: I have a "source IP" that hits a "target IP" on one interface of the PIX for incoming and when I initiate traffic from my server it goes out to the SAME "source IP" on a different interface on the PIX for outgoing.
So for incoming traffic, I use these 2 commands to make the connection work:
static (vpnfront,dmz2) "Source IP" "Source IP" netmask 255.255.255.255
route vpnfront "Source IP" 255.255.255.255 "Outside VPN interface" 1
For outgoing traffic, I use these 2 commands to make the connection work:
static (vpnback,dmz2) "Source IP" "Source IP" netmask 255.255.255.255
route vpnback "Source IP" 255.255.255.255 "Inside VPN Interface" 1
SO the problem is I can't have BOTH static nat and route for the SAME IP bc the PIX simply does really know what to do in this situation. So how do I go about fixing this problem??? I need to be able to have incoming and outgoing traffic without having to manually delete and add the nat and route...