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Firewall rule needed for port 80 http

Hello,

I want to give the users on my corporate LAN access to one webpage on another companys corporate LAN.  The other company have gave me the address of the webpage i.e. 145.229.x.x on their side.  They say they have allowed the access on their side of their firewall.

I have a Cisco ASA 8.0 firewall on the inside network which then goes to a Checkpoint firewall and then onto a Perimter router before going to the outside world.

Is it a case of me opening a rule on both firewalls to point to this address 145.229.x.x on the outside over port 80 or do i have to use NAT somewhere?

Any advice is welcome

Kevin

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Re: Firewall rule needed for port 80 http

Hi Kevin,

From what you are saying you want to allow your internal hosts to reach an outside ip address outbound.

For that, you just need to open your ACL that is applied on the inside interface of your firewalls.

I hope it helps.

PK

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Cisco Employee

Re: Firewall rule needed for port 80 http

Hi Kevin,

From what you are saying you want to allow your internal hosts to reach an outside ip address outbound.

For that, you just need to open your ACL that is applied on the inside interface of your firewalls.

I hope it helps.

PK

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Re: Firewall rule needed for port 80 http

Thanks for the advice.  I got this sorted by adding in an access-list entry on a router linked to the other company's firewall.  Then they allowed access to the server via their firewall.

Kevin

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Re: Firewall rule needed for port 80 http

I am glad it is solved.

Regards,

PK

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