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RE: PIX byteing me [7:113190] posted 09/01/2006
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I saw a PIX the other day running ver 4  - incredible since I though
that was gone a long time ago. Imagine converting conduits to
access-lists all day long..I can imagine the possibility for problems

-----Original Message-----
From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 31 August 2006 22:19 PM
To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: PIX byteing me [7:113190]

Utz, Ralph wrote:
> access-list outside permit tcp any host yourpublicip eq www 
> access-group outside in interface outside static (inside,outside) tcp 
> yourpublicip www yourprivateip www netmask
> Apply that to an out of the box PIX that has internet connectivity and

> you're good to go.

Hooray. That worked. There were actually 2 PIXes, so it was a bit more
complicated than I originally said. Isn't that always the case? :-)
Plus one PIX was still running 6.1 I discovered. Argh.

But it's all good now. Thanks to everyone who replied. This list is so


> -----Original Message-----
> From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 5:29 PM
> To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: PIX byteing me [7:113190]
> Speaking of being burned out... :-)
> Does anyone have an example that shows a PIX (running 6.2) running in 
> a simple environment such as the following?
> Outside interface goes to the Internet.
> Inside interface goes to a LAN with one web server and some typical 
> users.
> We have just one legal address so all traffic should be translated to 
> that one address.
> We have a web server at port 80.
> The inside clients can do whatever the heck they want for now.
> Yes, I know it sounds easy but if I don't get a syntax error than it 
> just doesn't work!
> Thanks for any quick examples. I'll keep fighting it, but I'm getting 
> burnt.
> :-)
> Priscilla
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