Here's my situation we're a WISP and the PIX515 is our gateway to the internet for our clients. All of our clients are on the DMZ of the pix 172.16.0.1 /16. They receive static private IP's along that range. When someone needs a public IP I do a 1 to 1 translation on the pix and open up what incoming ports they need. What I want to be able to do is simply put the public IP address right on their computer/firewall and not have any ports blocked. Any Suggestions?
you could assign a subnet from your official IP address range to this task and apply it to a DMZ interface. I would recommend a separate interface for this task. This would be configured along what you already do.
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