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How PIX 6.3 apply firewalling order rules?

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Oct 22nd, 2006
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Hi,

I would like to understand how pix do the firewalling, ie. a Packet from inside go to outside (webserver), the nat and global are done and there is an outbound filter for inside allowing http.

Which will be process in the pix, first look for ACLs in the inbound interface then if found find routes or apply nat (if there is) and the route or what he do. I couldn't found something like "NAT order" but for routes/ACL/NATs/Logging.


Any one know something about this?


Thanks,


Emilio

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ecouto Sun, 10/22/2006 - 13:27
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Thanks for this, I saw it too and read the manual which say the same about "NAT order", but I'm trying to understand about routing and ACL order too, e.g., either routing comes before ACL or the other way round?


Thanks,


Emilio

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