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Unable to access servers on the inside

The scenario is quite simple.

WAN router is connected to the ouside interface of 520 PIX. The inside interface is connected to a 4006 switch. All the users and the servers are connected to this switch (its a flat network)

Static nating has been configured for five servers on the inside. Access list has been applied on the outside interface so as to allow traffic to particular ports on the server.

The router interface, PIX outside interface and the ips being used for nating belong to the same subnet (block of 30 usable ips provided by the SP)

Problem: users are unable to access these servers on the inside. All the users on the inside are able to access the ouside world through the PIX....

Any solution...

Thanks and regs.,

Prasad.

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Re: Unable to access servers on the inside

Users on the inside are not able to access the servers on the same network? Are they trying to access them by dns hostnames that resolve to the external ip addresses used in the static commands? You might need to set up a internal dns server that with resolve those dns hostnames to the internal ip addresses

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Re: Unable to access servers on the inside

Hi,

Some tweaking was required on the outside router.

its solved now...

Thanks

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