How can I allow inbound traffic thru a pix. I want to allow a full class C address range thru the outside interface to my internal interface which hosts several class C subnets which fall in the 10.232.0.0 range.
(Main Site)- 10.200.4.0 255.255.255.0
Branch Site Router
(Branch Site)- 10.232.0.0 255.255.0.0
I am trying to allow traffic from the 10.200.4.0 network to several subnet ranges in the 10.232.0.0 network that resides on the inside interface of the pix.
I have no issues with the internal subnets talking out to the 10.200.4.0 network or to the internet.
You would have to build some kind of tunnel so that the private addresses can talk to each other. So considering security, I would suggest you go for a VPN Connection between these 2 sites and once you
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