My network looks something like this;
INTERNET»»ROUTER»»ASA FIREWALL»»»INTERNAL NETWORK
Right now, we are using a public IP in a range like for instance of 126.96.36.199, which we are using in the router, asa, and for two servers on DMZ. But now, those blocks of public ip are finished, and we added some other services that we will have a web server on the DMZ, which will need to be reachable both from the Internet and from internal users.
So how can I do this configuration for those new servers in the DMZ, so they can be accessed from outside users, but still having their gateway the same as the others server which is a public IP in a range of the 50?
Remember that the new servers will have their public IP in the block of 188.8.131.52 for instance.
Can anyone help me on how to do that? What type of protocol should I use?
Do I use PAT for port redirection? or subinterface? or should I use static nat?