I have this situation and I'd appreciate any insights:
Moved a Win2K web server from the inside network to the dmz on a pix 520; before the move the web server was able to access a Netware 5.0 running IP, after the move we can not see the Netware Server from the web server now on the dmz. The inside network adderss is 126.96.36.199 and the dmz subnet is 10.1.1.0 and here are the associated entries on the pix:
ip address dmz1 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.0
global (dmz1) 1 10.1.1.97-10.1.1.125 netmask 255.255.255.0
if you are able to ping the novell box, then it appears that everything should work (as you have an ip permit all conduit that should permit all ip traffic from the www box to the inside novell box)
how are you trying to map shares? what happens when you ping the hostname of the box? you might need to edit the hosts file on the www server if you are not going to configure a dns server to server up a record for that ip address.
This sounds as if it should work. I wouldn't give up. Are you using the Novell client? It has been a couple of years since I worked with Novell's client software. I recall that it had several options for protocal configuration ( IPX/IP, native IP, SLIP, DA etc.) Regardless, double check what components are installed and how they are configured on the W2K interface leading to the PIX. This may give you a clue.
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