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PIX PAT using ports below 1024

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gfullage Thu, 10/17/2002 - 21:31
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The PIX will choose from a range of ports dependent on the original source port. For example:


- If the source port is TCP/UDP 1-511, then the PIX will PAT the SRC address to one in that range.

- If the source port is TCP/UDP 512-1023, then the PIX will PAT the SRC address to one in that range.

- If the source port is TCP/UDP 1024-65535, then the PIX will PAT the SRC address to one in that range.


So you're original ports are in the range under 1024, therefore the PIX chooses a poart in that range. This can't changed however, it's just how it works.

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