OK I have this basic config. When I ping from internal LAN PC yahoo.com IP, I see request and response on PIX debug but pings are not getting back to PC. Also from outside can't access my web server. However from inside I can get all web sites.
Traffic from lower security (outside) interface to higher security (inside) interface has to be explicitly allowed using an ACL. To be able to ping hosts on the Internet from the inside network you need to permit icmp echo-replies on the ACL applied on the outside interface. If there's no ACL applied on the outside int then you need to create an ACL and allow icmp echo-replies to come in. Moreover, configure the outside ACL needs to permit http traffic to your web server.
To access you web server from the outside you need a static NAT as well - to map global to local IP of the server.
The link below has a configuration example that you may find helpful.
Yes, it should work but you need to add a couple of things. I am sure you know the access-list needs to be applied to the respective interfaces using the access-group command. For the web server on the inside, you would need to configure a static statement.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...