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scoclayton Fri, 09/26/2003 - 06:06
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Give the following a shot:


global (outside) interface


The 'interface' keyword will pull the address that is assigned to the outside interface to use as the PAT address. I assume this is what you are looking for?


Scott

trinawong Fri, 09/26/2003 - 07:27
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Hi.. Scott


Thanks for your nice reply.

I am sorry that I got wrong description about my question.

When I using DHCP to assign global address for me, I don't know how to assign it to relate with my inside network.

eg: when i doing static translations, how to map inside-address to global outside-address?

Thanks a lot!


scoclayton Fri, 09/26/2003 - 08:08
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Still not 100% sure what you are saying but let me give this a shot. The 'interface' keyword is still going to work in this case. You can use the interface keyword in your global statement (see earlier post) or in a static statement like this:


static (inside,outside) tcp interface www 192.168.1.1 www netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0


Does this help? If not, can you maybe give me an example of what you are referring to?


Scott

trinawong Sun, 09/28/2003 - 00:18
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Hi, Scott


Thanks a lot for your reply, the answer is what I want. Thanks a lot!


Have a nice day!


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