Looking for an example of conditionally NAT-ing a DMZ host's, outbound communications to the Internet. See below.
PIX Firewall 520 Ver. 5.3(2)
Outside Subnet - Public Internet Addressing
DMZ Subnet - Private Addressing 10.175.254.0/24
Client in DMZ Segment - 10.175.254.12
Normally for all outbound communications, DMZ clients are NAT-ed to the external Public Addressing via a global pool. For Inbound communications, they are Statically NAT-ed from the public subnet to the DMZ subnet.
To conditionally NAT this DMZ client's outbound commmunications to a 10.254.44.12/24 address when he communicates to a specific host on the Internet. He still needs the ability to utilize the global public address space for all other outbound communications.
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