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inside one PIX515E to other PIX515E dmz

I want to give access to machine 199.5.82.2 on inside2 PIX2 (199.5.82.254) to ftp 192.168.113.2 on DMZ (192.168.113.1) PIX1 interface. Outside PIX2 199.5.81.217 connect with inside 199.5.81.248 of PIX1.

inside2 on PIX2 is secure but need access to ftp on DMZ PIX1.

Each PIX as 3 intf.

Inside1 on PIX2 is also secure and ouside on PIX1 connect to internet but are irrelevant for this case.

TIA

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Re: inside one PIX515E to other PIX515E dmz

As I understand from your description, two PIXes are connected in tandem, PIX1's outside is connected to the Internet and PIX2's inside is the "inside" network. If you want to give access to a host in the "inside" network to a host in the "dmz" of PIX1, you can achieve this simply by use of appropriate "nat" and "global" commands as the traffic will be initiated from the "inside" network relative to PIX2 and PIX1.

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