How do you make the PIX respond to ARPs for translated addresses?
Pix has outside and inside addresses. The outside is a full class C.
I have a device on the inside network that I want to be accessable from the outside. I have done the translation statement and added an entry to the outside interface access list to allow a specific service incomming to the inside object.
Unfortunately, the PIX does not respond to ARP on behalf of the inside object. If I configure a static route on my outside gateway router pointing the specific public address of the inside object to the PIX, then everything works. I don't want to have to do this for every inside object that needs to be publicly accessed.
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