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Cisco PIX: How to change translation rule

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Hi,
I have PIX 506e.   I added a load balancer (.10) to my network and need to direct HTTPS traffic to it, instead of the .36 address it is currently configured map to. How do i go about this?

Currently there is a static NAT rule listed in the [Translation Rules] tab
[Original]
inside / xxx.xxx.xxx.36 Port: 443/tcp
[Translated]
outside interface IP Port: 443/tcp
[Options]
DNS rewrite No, Max conn Unlimited, Embryonic Unlimited, Random Seq. Yes.

Thanks for any help!
Mark
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Question by:mjmarlow
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by:mjmarlow
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BTW - I access this using the web interface (as if i had to say!).
There is an access rule that for the .36 address too.

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lrmoore earned 500 total points
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Right-click on the rule that you want to change. Choose Cut or Delete. You will be prompted with an error message about access rules. You have to first go to the Access Rules tab and delete the rule that allows traffic to that Destination host. Apply
Then you can go back to Translation Rules and delete that one and re-create a new translation with the same properties to the different inside IP. Apply,  Then go back to the Access Rules tab and re-create the access rule
Apply
Done.
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