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Help with Pix 515 e gateway

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I have a problem with a PIX 515E firewall.

If I create a rule and static NAT entry for port forwading mail on the Cisco which points to 10.0.5.2 everything seems to work.

If however I create a rule for the host 10.0.5.1, that server can no longer reach any host outside of the host network.

Both are standard servers and have the same DNS and Gateway addresses.

Anyone have any ideas????

Any help you can offer would be thankfully recieved :-)





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Can you be more specific in the exact commands that you are using to create this rule?
Did you run "clear xlate" command after making the static change?
Does the static overlap with the interface? Are you sure the ISP isn't using that 2nd IP somewhere else?
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Hello,

Could you post your config

Regards,
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