I understand the following statement allows outgoing traffic from the inside network to translate to the asa inside interface address when it passes through the asa but does it also mean that traffic from networks connected to other interfaces eg dmz and outside gets translated to asa inside interface when they get to the inside network?
global (inside) 1 interface
The above is the only NAT statement in my asa. Pls advise. Thks in advance.
Thk you very much for your prompt response. I understand the below 2 statements usually go hand in hand for traffic from private network going out to public network which require a PAT to public ip. However in my setup, the asa is connected to 2 networks which is both private. Hence must it still require the 2 statements below.
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