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How do I make an internal address appear on the outside as a specific routable address?

I have a PIX 525 with 6.01. I have

an inside subnet say 10.0.1.0 /24 and

an outside subnet say 208.0.1.0 /24.

How do I make certain host on the inside

network appear to the outside world

as a certain address on the 208 net?

So when an inside host,10.0.1.100 makes

a connection to the outside world,

say a ftp server, its address appears

as a specific 208 address,208.0.1.100, to that outside ftp server.

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Re: How do I make an internal address appear on the outside as a

The command does the job. Additionally, release 6 uses PDM which I think is a very helpful GUI tool in order to configure your PIX if you are not so experienced.

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