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Problem with NAt 0

I have a PIx 515 with 3 interfaces.I have a webserver and mail server in the dmz and i'm using to PIX's as a VPN Server.The problem that I'm having is all user on the Internal network can't browse the Internet. I have narrowed it down to nat (inside) 0 command. IF I take the nat out than my VPN client can browse the internal network. Is there away around this problem?

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Re: Problem with NAt 0

nat (inside) 0 access-list bypass the nat for the traffic between the VPN client to your inside network behind the PIX.

The most important thing is make sure your config the access-list correctly.

I belive your access-list using for nat inside 0 is wrong.

Please check more details in following url for how to config the access-list for nat inside 0

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/110/39.html

Best Regards,

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Re: Problem with NAt 0

I think this link will help better:

http://cisco.com/warp/customer/110/mailserver_dmz.html

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