NAT's problem

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Apr 7th, 2003
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I apoligize for my bad english!!

I must do a complex VPN between two pix where I must use NAT. However I have a problem with the NAT. In fact I want to relocate my subnet "" towards a virtual network "" . I will do it with this commands :

Global (outside) 20

Nat (inside) 20 access-list 120

with access-list 102 permit ip

But the pix don't want this commands because with an access-list, it accept only nat 0

I like to know how I can circumvent this problem

Thank you in advance,

Paul Martiny

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pmartiny Mon, 04/07/2003 - 22:35
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thank you for your advice, but i have already try this, but it doesn't run again.

Thank you anyway

Paul Martiny

mklaphek Wed, 04/09/2003 - 06:52
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If you want a one-for-one mapping, why not just use a static:

static (inside,outside) netmask


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