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alias command

Hi there, I have an issue I am trying to figure out.

I have a PIX 506E.

I have an inside network of 10.25.0.0/16

I have some static 1-to-1 translations setup for a webserver that is behind the pix, and I have rules setup to open port 80.

64.4.200.125 maps to 10.25.200.125

From the outside world, you can access http at 64.4.200.125

From the inside server, you can access http at 10.25.200.125

The problem is, from the inside, when you try to access the DNS name, which of course maps to 64.4.200.125, the system fails.

I used in old version pix os alias command and worked.

Now i use new pix os 6.3.3 and alias command is not supported.

what do i do now?

best regard

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New Member

Re: alias command

If you have an internal DNS server you can fix it there so that it resolves correctly to the inside address. Another method for PIX 6.2 and later:

static (dmz,inside) translated_IP real_ip dns

IE

static (dmz,inside) 209.165.202.128 172.16.1.5 netmask 255.255.255.255 dns

New Member

Re: alias command

Thank for your reply

but i wrong to write the question

sorry,

i have to migrate from version 5 to version 6.3.3 os pix and the alias command is not supported.

I don't know that is the new command used now.

Thank a lot

IE

alias (inside) 180.17.44.11 10.17.44.11 255.255.255.255

alias (inside) 180.17.44.12 10.17.44.12 255.255.255.255

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