For allowing access to the inside from a DMZ IP I'd usually configure a VIP using an IP in the DMZ network that would map/nat to an IP on the inside interface and apply the appropriate acl/policies to that mapping. This would keep, somewhat, our internal IP schema from DMZ assets...less info is better, right?
I can't for the life of me figure out how to do this on the ASA. All the examples I find just do a typical NAT to where the DMZ server communicates directly with your internal IP.
It looks like to create any virtual IP you have to create a subinterface and then configure the NAT and ACLs to that. Is that how to do this on an ASA? It just didn't seem right to me.
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