I have a PIX 501, I seem to be having difficulties setting up NAT between my outside and inside interface. I want to pass post 21 and port 25 traffic via the external IP address to an internal server, but when I configure the NAT and policy the firewall freezes or trafic is not passed.
I Use the following process.
1) enter a new policy for say post 25 traffic between outside and inside interface (Specific address)
(outside Any-> inside 192.168.0.5)
2) The wizard in the ADM prompts for the creation of a NAT entry. I enter the interface details and the Nat is created and policy appears.
The ADM offten freezes at this point or if it does not I can not telnet on port 25 to my SMTP server, which is my usual test.
To identify addresses on one interface that are translated to mapped addresses on another interface, use the nat command in global configuration mode. This command configures dynamic NAT or PAT, where an address is translated to one of a pool of mapped addresses. To remove the nat command, use the no form of this command.
look for the PDF on the CCO. The thing your looking for is Port Forwarding. With that any
inbound traffic headed for those ports will hit your email server. If you need more help email me I think I might have an example somewhere but the PDF will help you more. If you have the address space static nat is best for you.
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