Question on PIX Static mapping

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Feb 20th, 2003
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Is it possible to have a one global IP address to be statically mapped to two separate IP adresses (one of them on the inside and one on the DMZ) by specifying the requested port?

I know that you can map multiple global IP addresses to a single internal address by specifing the port, but not sure about the single global to multiple internal.

Thanks in advance!

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steve.barlow Thu, 02/20/2003 - 10:40
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You mean something like this:

static (inside,outside) tcp telnet telnet netmask 0 0

static (inside,outside) tcp ftp ftp netmask 0 0

Hope it helps.


tvorhauer Sat, 02/22/2003 - 07:12
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Yes, that is exactly what I am trying to accomplish.

Thanks for the help!

ovanjara Thu, 02/20/2003 - 10:48
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Yes, this is possible (port redirection)

I am attaching a link below which talks about this in detail.

However as an example below on how to achieve this:

static (inside, outside) tcp ftp ftp

static (inside, outside) tcp http http




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