I have a Cisco 877 which I use for work. I now have an Xbox 360 and I need to add a few NAT's and permits to my access lists to allow the Xbox to work properly over the Internet, simple home routers just need UPnP enable, I found this article which is for the Pix, what is the equivilent for an 877?
Yes they are. You're seeing, and allowing, the traffic back in. The inspects allow traffic out, and create a stateful connection outbound.You can take your inspects off of the public interface (no ip inspect outbound out)(or whatever direction it is), and see if that helps. The xbox may be trying to go out other ports that aren't explicitly being allowed out, and they're being blocked. You may be able to do a sh ip inspect session to see what's being blocked when you do your test.
Let me try this, some articles mention putting the xbox in the routers DMZ, many "home" routers allows this option, what would this be on my router, sounds like an ip any any rule each way to 192.168.2.99?
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...