I have, or am trying to setup static nat on our video conf units. I have configured the units with a private IP. There is also an option on the units to associate them with a public nat ip, which I have done also. I can ping and login through the web interface to them in our lan, I can even ping from these units to the internet. But I can not establish a video connection and outside hosts cant ping them or setup a call. Outside host can ping the firewall ip. I use to have this working back in the spring and then removed the entries and used public IP's on the units. Now I am trying to go back with putting them behind the firewall. Ive doubled checked maybe even triple checked the ip addresses. Any suggestions, if additional info is needed let me know. Thanks in advance.
Well, I tried testing from home, from the 75.x.x.239 address. I could not get a response from ping from .60 and .61 but could from .59, but for some odd reason I could login through the web interface of .60 but not .61. Do you think its something other than my pix config? Thanks.
Seems weird replying to myself. But I figured I would explain that I ,hopefully, solved the main problem. I deleted the access-list entries and group, recreated it and applied it back. Works like a charm, I can login thru http and https and make calls from home, but still cant ping .60 and .61. No big deal on that though. If anyone has an tips or suggestion on my config, im all ears.
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