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Replacing Pix 501 10 user 6.2 with Pix 501 unlimited 6.3(5)

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Nov 16th, 2005
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I copied the old config and pasted to the new firewall. Saved it and replaced. For some reason that I cannot figue, no traffic flows through the pix. I can reach the pix from the inside.

Is there some difference in command structure between 6.2 and 6.3 that may cause this?

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nkhawaja Wed, 11/16/2005 - 17:55
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there is no particular difference, the basic commands are the same. try to compare the configs now.

may be some config is not copied.


thanks

Nadeem

Patrick Iseli Wed, 11/16/2005 - 19:04
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There is one or two commands that are not any more supported but the rest of the config should be the same.


Basic settings are:


IP Address, global, nat and a default route.


Have you done a " clear xlate ".


Post your config but replace the public IP with x.x.x.x ...


sincerely

Patrick

jackko Wed, 11/16/2005 - 20:25
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one quick comment.


just wondering if you did a "wri erase" on the unlimited 501 before copying the config over, as this will shutdown all interfaces.


e.g. to do a "no-shut"

interface ethernet0 auto

interface ethernet1 100full

glendrews Thu, 11/17/2005 - 05:36
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I did do a write erase on the new pix. However when it is in place and i do sho interface, both report as up and up. Any suggestions?

glendrews Thu, 11/17/2005 - 05:41
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I have also done a clear xlate and no dice. This is a slightly complex environment with a cisco router between the firewall and the local network. Should I clear the arpcache on the router?

jackko Thu, 11/17/2005 - 16:43
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please post the config with all public info masked.

glendrews Fri, 11/18/2005 - 05:15
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Figured it out. Cleared the arpcache on the various routers.


Thanks

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