Re: [fw-wiz] Static nat to a distant network?

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Subject: [fw-wiz] Static nat to a distant network?

Is it possible to do a static nat from my outside interface to a host
which is one hop away from my dmz
interface by just putting it in normally:

static (dmz,outside)

outside =
dmz =
distant network

To be clear, the issue is that you want to NAT a server that is local to
your PIX's dmz interface to its outside interface? And there's a router
between the PIX's dmz interface and the server? If that's the case, then
yes, this will work just fine.


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