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Destination NAT

Ive got some Client on the Inside Network which should connect to a Server on the Outside Network through a PIX 501. Now I want to translate the Destination Address fom the Inside to the Ouside. Anybody an idea how to do that? Thanks

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Re: Destination NAT

Hello,

a standard

static (inside,outside)outside_addr inside_addr netmask

will translate the source address when a packet passes inside to out. In the reverse direction outside to in the destination address will be translated.

a static

static (outside,inside) inside_addr outside_addr)

Should should translate the otherway.

Meaning a packet from the inside to out will have the destination translated. Outside to inside will translated the source.

HTH

Tim

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