PIX firewall & Extreme Switch - Internet Brosing problem

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Dec 20th, 2003
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Hi,

could any one let me know the way of this --- Am facing a problem with PIX & extreme switch , When i point my Web Server default gateway to my PIX firewall inside ip address ,my browsing and email works fine , but when i point it to the L3 switch of Extreme network then no browsing , no email --- I can say it confirm that Nothing wrong with PIX configuration .... is the way we need to do something in Extreme Switch ...


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tvanginneken Sat, 12/20/2003 - 10:18
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Hi,


what is the default gateway of the extreme L3 switch? I think it should be the pix in your setup.


Regards,

Tom

nkhawaja Sat, 12/20/2003 - 14:19
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Hi,


It seems to me some arp issue. May be PIX is proxy arping for your default gateway as well.


try "sysopt noproxyarp inside"


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Nadeem

azharmd Sat, 12/20/2003 - 23:11
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My pix inside ip is 10.0.0.11 /16

My L3 extreme Switch is 10.0.100.1 /16


When i point my Web server Default gateway to PIX inside then browsing is fine , email is ok but

when i point my Web server default gateway to L3 switch (which all are in Same VLAN) no internet no email......


I feel there is some comapatibility issue between cisco and Extreme network .... and i need to do something on PIX or L3 switch any suggestions..


tvanginneken Sun, 12/21/2003 - 11:02
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Hi,


maybe you could enable logging and see what the error messages are.

To enable logging to a syslog server:


logging host inside

logging trap debug

logging on


(ps, free syslog server available at: http://www.kiwisyslog.com/)


I would also like to repeat my previous question:

what is the default gateway of the Extreme Switch?


Kind Regards,

Tom


azharmd Mon, 12/22/2003 - 04:22
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yes the default gateway of Exteme Switch is PIX firewall Inside IP address

tvanginneken Mon, 12/22/2003 - 04:50
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Hi,


did you try to configure the syslog logging? The logging should tell you what is going wrong.


Regards,

Tom

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