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Natting Help

Hi,

I have Cisco 515E , I have not applied natting .

My problem is i have one software which I need to connect to some different location.To connect to that software I've to use static command , which interprets any internal IP going out as external(public IP), I cant waste my Public IP . I wanna know how to go about it.

Thanks,

Raghu

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Re: Natting Help

Hi ,

Can u please help me out ...coz i dont have access to above mentioned page....

Could u please copy the contents or tell me wht exactly I want to do.

Thanks,

Raghu

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Re: Natting Help

Hi Raghavendra,

Here are the steps for PIX software versions 5.0.1 and later using ACLs.

1) Define a static address translation for the inside web server to an outside/global address.

static (inside, outside) 175.1.1.254 10.200.1.254

2) Define which hosts can connect on which ports to our web/FTP server.

access-list 101 permit tcp any host 175.1.1.254 eq www

access-list 101 permit tcp host 199.199.199.24 host 175.1.1.254 eq ftp

3) Apply the ACL to the outside interface.

access-group 101 in interface outside

You may also use the link below for your reference.

Using nat, global, static, conduit, and access-list Commands and Port Redirection on PIX

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/707/28.html#topic1

Please let me know if this is the information that you need.

Best Regards,

Ansley R. Verzosa

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