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jeff.roback Tue, 04/15/2003 - 10:27
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Here's one good way to do this:


Setup your PIX to allow the software VPN client to connect. Then once you've brought up a VPN Client connection you can telnet to the outside IP of your pix and it'll be secured by your VPN connection.


Take a look at http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/110/pix3000.html for examples.

a.baird Tue, 04/29/2003 - 16:04
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You could also set up a device on the internal network that you can SSH to and open a hole in the firewall to allow you to SSH to that machine from outside. Once inside you can initiate a telnet connection to the inside interface of the firewall from that device.

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