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Error: Static overlaps???

I have a mail server that handles email for 2 domains.

I am trying to map 2 global addresses to 1 internal server. I am receiving the following error:

ERROR: static overlaps with <global address>/25 to <local address>/25

What is the command to fix this?

Thanks in advance...

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Re: Error: Static overlaps???

Hi,

the static command specifies which global address the internal mail server will use when accessing the internet. If you specify two different global addresses, the pix will not be able to decide which global address to use for outgoing (and incoming) traffic.

I don't think you will be able to use two different global addresses for this.

Kind Regards,

Tom

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Re: Error: Static overlaps???

What OS is your mail server running? If you are running NT/2000, assign two internal IPs to either one NIC or two different NICs..

RobertG...

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Re: Error: Static overlaps???

Hmm.. o.k. I had this setup on my 2600 and it worked fine.... Using inside and outside source static commands.

There has to be a way?

I guess I can change the MX records for the 2 different domains and point them to the single public IP address.

Thansk

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