I have been configuring a pix525 using the command line and wrote three lines of translations that listed three different outside addresses against one inside address. The lines of code were accepted by the pix and they actually work too!
When I viewed the configuration with a pdm 301, the translation tab gave me a visual representation that was wrong.
Instead of three different lines with a different outside address to the inside address it showed me the same outside address to the inside address three times.
Sounds to me like a bug indeed. But if you asked me I would say that the bug does in fact not exist within PDM, but exists whitin PIX-OS version which should not allow you to configure the three static in the first place. Sounds fair to me that PDM does not view this correctly then.
What bothers me is your statement that it works too. Are you absolutely sure on this? If so, I expect that it will not work anymore after a reboot. MAybe something to try?
But still an interesting case. Maybe some CCIE from Cisco who can shine a light here?
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