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cisco pix port redirection for a range of ports to one host

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Hi,  i am trying to configure a cisco pix 506e running 6.3.1 to have a range of ports redirected to a host. For example, tcp ports 5000 thru 6000 should be redirected to 192.168.4.4 and tcp ports 7000-8000 to 192.164.4.5. I also only have one public ip address so I am doing PAT as well.
 I need the appropraite static commands for each host as well as the acls.


This is the usual command i use for one port,  

static (inside,outside) tcp 209.195.146.118 ftp FTPHTTP ftp netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0

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Sorry, but there is no easy way around this by assigning a port range to a static PAT statement..
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by:juanmamerino
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Map every port you need using the command you mentioned and don't forget to add a new conduit line for each port or use access-lists.

Mapping:
static (inside,outside) tcp 195.1.1.1 5000 192.168.0.2 5000 netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0

Conduit:

conduit permit tcp host 195.1.1.1 eq 5000 any

Hope this help,

Juanma Merino
Barcelona
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by:ckassouf
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Thanks to all,  you verified what my hunch was,  statics can only be done port by port.  Take care !
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