Prior to release 8.3 it was my understanding that in order to allow traffic from the outside interface through to the inside interface it was necessary to configure a static NAT entry and then an access list to complete the policy. Is this correct...if not, how is it accomplished. Effectively can you allow access without the NAT enry????
the main reason NAT is "required" is because the devices on the inside of the firewall are usually privately addressed and can't speak directly on the internet. If you have public IP addresses assigned
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