Now as i know by the behaviour of the static Command, that it works both ways...Inside to outside and vice-versa.So when going from inside to outside, as per the above statement there would be no translation happenning,we are just exposing the Inside I.P Addresses to the outside.But what kind of translation happens when going from Outside to Inside.( What gets Translated to what )
This basically says that traffic from will appear as when it's on interface. For traffic on interface to get to , they would reference but would still need an access-list in the PIX allowing that traffic through.
If you could clarify what does it mean when you say that for traffic going from less secure interface to more secure interface..they would reference ...I mean when the Traffic passes from the Less Secure ( Outside ) to More secure ( Inside) what translations happen from the Static statement discussed above.
then for traffic travelling from inside to outside with a source address of 10.1.1.1, that source address will be changed to 22.214.171.124 and sent out to the Internet (or outside network).
For traffic travelling from outside to inside with a destination address of 126.96.36.199, that will be changed to 10.1.1.1 and sent on through to the internal host at that address (assuming there's an access-list allowing it).
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