Ok, well i still want my natting from Inside->Outisde and DMZ->Outside.
I'm looking for clear translations between the Inside->DMZ and i still want the firewalling in place Inside=100 DMZ=50.
Is this still accomplished with the static statements or is there a new way? the whole reason i ask is i'm using the GUI and don't see the way to do it. Unless i just feed it in Configuration->Nat->Add Address Translation Rule and pick "same address"?
yeah, i'm a command line guy at heart, but last time i tried an import from a newer pix into an ASA there were lines in CLI that i could never find displayed in ADSM. Now either I just could never find where they were displayed, or not all the commands were supported in ADSM yet.
either way, it made me a little hesitant in switching back and forth between CLI and the GUI. Since i've got to let others touch this firewall, we're going GUI :)
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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