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different nat groups

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Apr 9th, 2006
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Hi all,


we use ip-sec at a pix520, version 6.3.3, for our mobile user to get access on an internal terminal-server. I´ve configurated a nat command like "nat (inside) 0 access-list xyz".

It´s works fine.

Now I have to create an access for an external supporter with ip-sec to an specially server in our LAN. I try to created another nat 0 command with another access-list but it´s overwrite the first nat 0 command. What can I do?

Where is my mistake?


When I see the configuration examples I see that I have to use the "no nat command" but how can I separate the access?


Thx for help.

Helmut


Correct Answer by pkhatri about 11 years 4 months ago

Hi Helmut,


You can only associate one access-list when using NAT exemption.


Therefore, the workaround that you can use is to merge the two access-lists into one, and associate that single access-list to the "nat (inside) 0 access-list" command...


Hope that helps ... Pls do remember to rate posts.


Paresh

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pkhatri Sun, 04/09/2006 - 01:50
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Hi Helmut,


You can only associate one access-list when using NAT exemption.


Therefore, the workaround that you can use is to merge the two access-lists into one, and associate that single access-list to the "nat (inside) 0 access-list" command...


Hope that helps ... Pls do remember to rate posts.


Paresh

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