Internet---> Sonicwall ---> LAN ---> PIX ---> Webserver
Sonicwall port forwards port 443 to the PIX over the LAN. The PIX port forwards port 443 to the webserver. The webserver is unreachable from the Internet. I'm not sure exactly why this isn't working but I have a feeling this isn't going to work. Does this have to do with the fact that the client machine uses a randomly high numbered port when making connections and as a result this won't translate properly from the Sonicwall to the PIX?
What options do we have on making the Webserver reachable from the Internet going through two firewalls?
Double NAT should work, here's a thread with several people who have got it working, If you're using NAT for inbound traffic then anyone accessing your site from behind a NAT firewall will be using double
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