Re: [fw-wiz] 2 outside address need to map to one dmz address



Without knowing exactly what's in the DMZ, how about firing up a second
(i.e. virtual) IP on the dmz machine and use two separate mappings?

-----Original Message-----
Does anyone know of a work around to get 2 outside address to map or
route to the same dmz address?
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