If i have a connection established from an inside host (172.16.0.100) to an outside server (10.10.10.50) will i need to issue the clear xlate command if i then add a DMZ no nat rule and i want to connect to the same outside server from the dmz
nat (dmz) 0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
The reason i ask is that I am unable to issue the "clear xlate" command due to change management controls.
Do the DMz hosts, already existing on the network with some statics or nat before??? If this is a new configuration or interface, i believe, u dont need to do a clear xlate, as there are will be no translations for the clients on the DMZ.. nat 0 from inside will be on the nat table, but will not clash on the nat table created by the DMZ hosts....
If nat entry already exists, you have to do a clear xlate and as told by fellow netpro engineer, u can do it with a particular host.. no other go !!