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Static statement

I'm having a bit of difficulty. In my scenario the following is nvolved:

2 firewalls:

"Inside" firewall: 2 VLANs (including the transit VLAN between the 2 firewalls).

"Outside" firewall: 2 VLANs (including the Transit VLAN:

Inside VLAN 1111 Transit VLAN 2222 Outside VLAN 3333.

I'm attempting to provide access to DNS Services provided on the outside VLAN 3333 from the inside VLAN 1111.

I have tried several combinations of static statements, but have come up short. The route and ACL's are present, but I cant seem to get the correct static statements.

Any thoughts?

Bruce

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Re: Static statement

Check your NAT

Check to make sure you are not blocking UDP 53.

Check your routes are good from inside out and outside in

HTH>

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