I have a PIX 501 connected to a DSL line and heres the scenario:
If i connect the PIX inside interface directly to a workstation, I would be able to surf and access the internet witout a problem.
But if ill use a proxy to connect between the PIX and the local network, I cant get the workstation to connect to the Internet. My proxy is using wingate and in the local network I have 3 different networks that can access each other. Here is somt troubleshooting that i tried.
From the proxy, I can ping to the inside networks. I can also ping to the PIX inside IP address also but I cant ping to the next hop address in the outside(gateway of PIX). Is there some issue with Wingate or some routing that I need to do? Please advise. Thanks.
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