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troute_kilgore@yahoo.com
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      02-22-2006
Gang, I need help with the static command on a pix 515 with 6.4.

I have a web server outside: 151.205.x.x named webserver.domain.com

I want my internal machines to be able to hit it through the internal
address by using webserver.domain.com. The internal address is
10.1.20.222.

So I'm thinking the static command should do this, so I'm doing a

static (outside,inside) 151.205.x.x 10.1.20.222 DNS
clear xlate

nslookup resolution still points to 151.205.x.x. I've tried various
arrangements of the interfaces to no avail. What would be the propper
command to get this working?

 
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      02-22-2006
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) wrote:
> Gang, I need help with the static command on a pix 515 with 6.4.
>
> I have a web server outside: 151.205.x.x named webserver.domain.com
>
> I want my internal machines to be able to hit it through the internal
> address by using webserver.domain.com. The internal address is
> 10.1.20.222.
>
> So I'm thinking the static command should do this, so I'm doing a
>
> static (outside,inside) 151.205.x.x 10.1.20.222 DNS
> clear xlate
>
> nslookup resolution still points to 151.205.x.x. I've tried various
> arrangements of the interfaces to no avail. What would be the propper
> command to get this working?


Try

static (outside,inside) 151.205.x.x 10.1.20.222 dns netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0

Note it differs by the order within the circles and the specification of the netmask plus the number of concurrent
connection and embryonics at the end.

Alex.
 
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mcaissie
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      02-22-2006
If i understand correctly,

--You have a web server with a real IP address of 10.1.20.222 . You want it
to be seen
from the outside at 151.205.x.x. You want your inside users to be able to
reach it
using it's domain name , wich resolve using the public IP of 151.205.x.x--

Then you need the command

static (inside,outside) 151.205.x.x 10.1.20.222 dns netmask 255.255.255.255
0 0

and not static (outside,inside)


This is assuming that the dns server used by your internal users is
outside the PIX.




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> Gang, I need help with the static command on a pix 515 with 6.4.
>
> I have a web server outside: 151.205.x.x named webserver.domain.com
>
> I want my internal machines to be able to hit it through the internal
> address by using webserver.domain.com. The internal address is
> 10.1.20.222.
>
> So I'm thinking the static command should do this, so I'm doing a
>
> static (outside,inside) 151.205.x.x 10.1.20.222 DNS
> clear xlate
>
> nslookup resolution still points to 151.205.x.x. I've tried various
> arrangements of the interfaces to no avail. What would be the propper
> command to get this working?
>



 
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the_jonesboys_posse@yahoo.com
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      02-22-2006
I agree with the above statemnt, and keep in mind you will have to have
an access list permiting HTTP to the server

 
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