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PIX 515 E Outside problem

Posted on 2003-11-12
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Hi all
i have a network made as below:
LAN (192.168.5.0) --- PIX --- HUB -- LAN2 (123.0.0.0)
                        |
                       DMZ
the dafault gateway set on pix is 123.0.0.252.
Well, throught LAN clients i can surf webpages on internet, but i'm unable to connect to any machine attached to the "outside hub" (120.0.0.x).
Is this normal? maybe i need to place a router between the pix and the hub? or have i missed the pix configuration?
thanks for helping me in advance

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Im assuming

LAN - inside
LAN2-outside

To initiate any outgoing connection, you need to give a nat statement.

If you dont wish to use nat, you have to provide a nat statement as follows

nat (inside) 0 0 0

If you are natting, then

nat (inside) 1 0 0
global(outside) <nat ip pool> OR <pat ip>
Type ? for help with these commands.

There is no need of default route as both n/ws are directly connected
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