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Conduits on a PIX 515 Firwall

Conduits on a PIX 515 Firwall

I have a PIX 515 with 4 eithernet connections. Ones is my outside or internet connection, one is the DMZ, and the last one I am working with is the Inside connection.
I am setting a Server on the DMZ and have set it with an address used for that Network. In the PIX I have set a Static that looks something like this:

Static (DMZ,OUTSIDE) netmask 0 0

and have set a conduit like this:

Conduit permit tcp host eq www any

The problem is that I can not connect to the website from the Internet. I am using a computer directly connected to the internet that is not on my internal network in anyway.

I am wanting to trouble this issue so that I can procced to setting conuits that open up other ports SSL and so forth.

Are there any sugestions out that as what my problem may be?

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