Reaching outside IP address via an internal IP address via a PIX 520
I need to give users access to an outside registered IP address. But instead opening up the firewall to that registered IP address I would like to have an internal address being mapped to the external address, so that users in stead of connecting to the outside IP address, they connect to the internal (private 10) IP address. Does anybody have experience with this?
Note the interfaces are the wrong way around for the norm. This tells the PIX that if a packet for 10.1.1.1 is seen on the inside interface, then translate it to 126.96.36.199 and put it on the outside interface.
All you need to do is assign a local IP address that will be routed to the PIX (10.1.1.1 in my example) and tell that to your internal users. You'll need 6.2 or higher in the PIX also.
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