Sorry, I posted a reply before I viewed your post - and you are dead on.
So help me figure this out. We have a "guest" network (inside address) that uses external DNS. If I use DNS Rewrite, the "guest" network can connect to the device in the DMZ, because the DNS answer is re-written with the internal address. I cannot however connect to the outside address of the device in the DMZ from the inside.
If I add the static entry static: (DMZ,inside) 220.127.116.11 10.7.30.24 netmask 255.255.255.255 , I can no longer connect to the inside address directly, but it does translate it and I can use the outside address.
Is there a way that would allow me to use either address (real and mapped) from the inside and connect?
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