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Make an Internal Website available to External Users

Hi all.

I need a help in making an internal website available for external users. I have a PIX 502 firewall that has a static public IP.

My internal Webserver has a private ip.

the website can be accessed internal by : http://server_ip:8080/zak/index.php

Thanks.

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Re: Make an Internal Website available to External Users

You can configure port forwarding on the external IP address to redirect to the internal IP address using the same TCP port, something like:-

access-list acl-outside permit tcp any host <> eq www

static (outside,inside) tcp <> 8080 <> www netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0

HTH>

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Re: Make an Internal Website available to External Users

Hi,

thanks for your reply.

a question, will this permit me to access http://server_ip:8080/zak/index.php , i mean /zak/index.php ? or anything else needed to be done ?

Re: Make an Internal Website available to External Users

Once the TCP connection has been made through the firewall to the internal IP address, and being redirected to the specific TCP port, the 501 will not look at any other layer 5 to layer 7 content within the HTTP connection.

HTH>

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