Our company has an old PIX 515 sitting around. The OS was 4.x and I upgraded to 6.35 fine. I am able to connect from the PIX to the TFTP through monitor mode fine....
It's when I try and upgrade from 6.35 to 7 I have the problem. After you install the OS you have to 'copy TFTP flash' over to the PIX flash because the OS is just running on RAM. This is where I can't get a working connection. I can not ping/connect to my TFTP server!
I have checked everything many times. There is a IP assigned to the interface, a name, a security number, a static route. There is a physical connection but that is all, no ping or transfers.
I have tried both interfaces, changing the speeds & duplex's on both the PIX and TFTP (the TFTP will only pick up auto), cables and computers the TFTP is on. I know it's probably something very simple but I keep missing it. Any ideas??? Also keep in mind monitor mode works fine. The PIX is directly connected to the PC. Thanks
Were you able to solve this problem? If not, can you reach the ip of the firewall interface that is connected to the PC, from the PC?
If not, start at the bottom with the cable, verify connectivity lights, make sure there aren't any ACL's applied to the interface that would block connections, be sure the route is for the correct interface, etc.
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