Hopefully we have some PIX gurus who are able to help me out here :-)
I have a PIX501 firewall with a wireless network attached to the outside interface and our local network attached to the inside interface.
I've setup access lists to permit the wireless clients attached to the outside interface to be able to access services on our inside interfaces.
The wireless clients are on a totally seperate /24 subnet.
Now everything seems to work fine with nat statements for our local wired subnets for example wirelessClients accessing the email server etc however the wireless clients cannot access the internet.
For the wireless clients to get out onto our internet connection they have to take the following path
So my question is how should I go about giving the access for the WirelessClients to be able to open web pages on the internet? For that to happen
the traffic has to pass through the outside interface on the 501 firewall out of the inside interface onto the local switch and then back out of our
main PIX515E to reach the destionation.
I'm fairly sure I'd need to modify the WebAccessNetwork access-list to permit WirelessLan to any against the port listings so thats not a problem I can change that
how I'm not entirely sure I to go about it with the NAT statements.
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