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static route

my webserver has a subnet of 66.83.34... and is inside the pix 506. My inside address is 66.83.35... and my outside address is 66.83.34...., is it possible

to make my webserve appear to the public on the outside even though I

have the outside and webserver on different subnets?

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Re: static route

Not clear about the addressing description you have here.

First if the web server is on the inside, it has to have an ip address on the same subnet as the inside.

Then if the inside subnet is a public address, you can do a static nat translation that is actually still using the same address of the server, as long as your isp knows that that inside address is yours and route traffic destined for it back to the pix.

Try and look at this link for some further information:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/707/28.html, and look at allowing untrusted to your network, and also disabling nat.

Regards,

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