I'm trying to get a few of our machines on dmz to communicate with a TSM server which is located on a subnet on the inside. But I can't get it to route traffic out on the subinterface I have created in the pix, it keeps using the dmz as output interface, instead of the subinterface.
Server on dmz: 192.168.50.5
Subinterface on inside interface: 192.168.120.250 (name: BackupLAN)
The TSMserver resides on a remote network. From the PIX the link goes via a local switch (192.168.120.1 in the configuration) and then to a remote switch (still in the .120 subnet) and then it reaches the TSMserver
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