Below is a config that appears almost line per line similar to a working config (I removed SNMP, Telnet etc..). The first PIX runs just perfectly.
The second which was being setting up this work has a few issues. First and foremost is the server at 192.168.111.2 (mapped to 55.xx.xx.202) has no outgoing or incoming traffic. I can ping the PIX and vice versa, but can not access anything on the internet. Now all other devices could pull up remote sites without issue via http.
The second issue, which may be related is just as troublesome. To test out whether I could access the webserver from the outside, I connected to a remote office via VNC web/java interface. Problem was once the java app began to load it would just hang. Several times I swapped out the PIX and used the old firewall and could connect to remote devices without issue.
Now on the first PIX that we have had running for a long time, none of these issues exist.
Also I should add. In the internal network I have another webserver at 192.168.111.3. In a previous config I had that mapped to external 55.xx.xx.205 with an access to HTTP. From the outside there was no issue connecting to this webserver.
Lastly, this troublesome server at 192.168.111.2, well when I changed the IP address to 192.168.111.5 I had no trouble with connecting out to the internet. What in the PIX could specifically block a said IP address? The only listing was for the static mapping.
Any help or ideas will be greatly appriciated!
Here is the basic config, although the config has changed since I last worked on the device, having just erased the entire config, overall this is pretty much the same as before
PIX Version 6.3(5)
interface ethernet0 auto
interface ethernet1 auto
nameif ethernet0 outside security0
nameif ethernet1 inside security100
access-list outside_access_in permit tcp any host 55.xx.xx.202 eq www
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