The NAT 0 command is mainly for outbound access. You can use "nat 0 (interface) access-list " to accomplish what you wish, but I would suggest just using static statements. In your case, they would read:
The above statements create static translations from the dmz to the outside for those two hosts. The addresses will not be translated because the address on the dmz is the same as the one we specified on the outside.
Don't forget to add an access-list to the outside interface to permit access to those servers.
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