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using public IP after pix 525 firewall

hi
i have windows server2003  with IP 172.16.14.200 in floor 1 with VLAN 14 connect to distrbution switch (layer 3 use for routing )in floor 6 then connect to core switch then to pix 525 firewall then to router in floor 12 i want to use public IP (62.68.65.50) for this server how i can do that
can i use static nat to refer to my server (my pix 525 connect to core switch) public Ip is 62.68.65.50


its urgent
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nasemabdullaa
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lrmooreCommented:
>can i use static nat to refer to my server (my pix 525 connect to core switch) public Ip is 62.68.65.50
Yes.
static (inside,outside) 62.68.65.50 172.16.14.200 netmask 255.255.255.255

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nasemabdullaaAuthor Commented:
hi
thanks for your reply
i have 14 VLAN can i use this command to enable public IP in any VLAN
then how i can open port 80 and 25 and 110 and 23 for this server

thanks
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nasemabdullaaAuthor Commented:
hi
i mean i want to enable this port  for this interface

thaks

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lrmooreCommented:
>can i use this command to enable public IP in any VLAN
Yes. As long as the PIX can ping the host inside.

>then how i can open port 80 and 25 and 110 and 23 for this server
Acess-lists
 access-list outside_access_in permit tcp any host 62.68.65.50 eq http
 access-list outside_access_in permit tcp any host 62.68.65.50 eq smtp
 access-list outside_access_in permit tcp any host 62.68.65.50 eq pop3
 access-list outside_access_in permit tcp any host 62.68.65.50 eq telnet
access-group outside_access_in in interface outside
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nasemabdullaaAuthor Commented:
hi  lrmoore
thanks
its work
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