I have a 501 in front of my soho. It's runnig 6.2(2) I'm using cable modem and it gives my outside interface an IP dynamically. I use the "zoneedit" free dynamic DNS. This service will always point my web site to the correct IP, so it should allow me to host a web site on a server behind the PIX. I added the following 3 rules:
access-list inbound permit tcp any host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx eq www
The above is going to override the global pool hence traffic from inside using PAT/global will have issue. Only host 192.168.1.10 would be able to go out.
Is x.x.x.x a routable ip address? is it same as outside interface ip address that you are getting dynamically? If its the same ip address as interface, please add the line with "interface" keyword as suggested in my earlier pool.
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