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How do I allow from low to high

I have PIX 515 ver 5.1 with six interfaces. I have to allow a network on one of the interfaces to inside of my network. Do i use NAT or should I use static/conduit. Please advice also appr. if u could provide with sample config.

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Re: How do I allow from low to high

Either an access list (Cisco preferred) or a conduit. I generally use statics to map specific hosts

from one security level to another. Are allowing the entire low security subnet to access the high

security subnet ? or just specific hosts ?

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Re: How do I allow from low to high

You can use a static command:

static (inside,DMZ1) 10.0.0.0 10.0.0.0 netmask 255.0.0.0 0 0

This will allow you to access from the Low directly to the High.

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