192.168.1.1 is a local ip address. The question is: Does this address have to be on the directly connected subnet?
Can it be on other internal subnets (behind the branch office routers on the WAN)?
I would like to configure static translation of the servers located in the branch offices. The pix has static inside routers pointing to them of course (otherwise it would not work) and I can ping all ip address from the pix) but static translation doesn't seem to work (the connection to the branch office webserver times out and there is no hit against the inbound acccess-lists)
all the server on the directly connected lan and DMZ work fine.
I would think that it should work as long as the pix knows the path to the translated destination address. Has anyone tried setting it up?
Thanks for all your replies. I even setup a quick lab to prove the obvious. It turned out that the public address I picked up for the static was already in use. There was another device I didn't know about. Picked another address and now it is working of course :)
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