SOLVED: Web Server Issue

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Feb 5th, 2008



I fixed this on my own! Thanks!


Hey everyone.


I maintain a small TV studio for the town I work in. We have a box called a Nexus that has a built in TV schedule that folks can hit with a web browser (well it's a javascript application).


The directions say I need to open port 50001 on my firewall. Internally the box is 192.168.10.70. Since it does other things and is web manageable, I have this statement in my firewall (fake real IPs):


static (inside,outside) tcp 33.34.35.36 www 192.168.10.70 www netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0


and


access-list outside_access_in permit tcp any host 33.34.35.36 eq www


But obviously this doesn't open the 50001 port the device wants for the javascript. How would I pop that open too??



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