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Author Topic: Advanced routing and Virtual Servers  (Read 2822 times)

djroketboy

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Advanced routing and Virtual Servers
« on: December 01, 2010, 02:34:48 PM »

I have a Cisco ASA attached to my D-Link router. The Cisco ASA is running No-NAT, Routed mode. I have added the static routes in the D-Link, and can pass traffic fine. My problem is that I have a DMZ off the ASA. When i setup "Virtual Server" access on the D-Link it will not allow me to add the IP of the server in the DMZ. If I change the ASA to NAT, Routed mode I just add the Outside interface and am good to go. I don't like doing the second way, as it double NAT's my connected and slows it down.

Is there any way to allow Virtual Servers having a different IP than the D-Link routers internal subnet?
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