I have Cisco PIX 515E With Cisco PIX Security Appliance Software Version 7.0(6).
We are using three interfaces. One outside, second WEB(for web server) & third DB(for database server)
We have published our web server and so available from public network.
Now, I want to access my website(web server) from inside network(servers connected to WEB interface) with public IP address. But it is not working.
When I try from inside of the network, the packet is handled by the default route and sent onto the outside interface. At that point, the packet disappears because the PIX does not turn the packet around and send it back inside. In fact, I'm not even sure that the NAT
rules come into play in this scenario.
So, is it possible to hit external IP of my web server from internally?
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