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nat on vlans not directly connected to the inside interface

i have a pix 515e and a 6506 core switch which are having vlan 1 to 5. Vlan 1, where servers are, is the vlan attached to inside interface of the pix.

Is it possible to do a nat for the ip addesses not directly attached to the inside interface of the pix? (eg. vlan 2 to 5 of the core)?

thanks a lot.

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Re: nat on vlans not directly connected to the inside interface

Yup. The pix can nat anything so long as it has a route for it. I have a similar config to yours.

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Re: nat on vlans not directly connected to the inside interface

Absolutely can. Just define the NAT what global pool the specified interface (inside/vlans) will use or use PAT by using the outside interface. How is your config on your PIX, do you have 6.3 code with VLAN's or are VLANs configured only on the switch? If its only on the switch, with the new code you can define each VLAN as its own interface with its own security level as well. The term "NO Hairpining" is now a thing of the past!

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