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New to PIXfirwall ------- PIX525 ????

Hi

Happy New Year to all my freinds..

I m new to PIx amd want to learn about it its basic and want to impment some test scanarios.. can you help me ???? by providing me supports documents.

waiting for ur positive response.

regards

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Re: New to PIXfirwall ------- PIX525 ????

Hello Afzaal,

And happy Christmas / New Year to you too!

Read the following documents to get you started with Cisco PIX, these documents were published by a very good mentor - Dr Pete Welcher of Netcraftsmen.

http://www.netcraftsmen.net/welcher/papers/pix01.html

http://www.netcraftsmen.net/welcher/papers/pix02.html

Hope the above helps and let me know if you need further assistance.

Please rate posts if it helps you!!!

Regards,

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Re: New to PIXfirwall ------- PIX525 ????

Hi

Thanks for the Ans. i have read the Documents you have provided me. ver informative.

Can you provide me about its Commands descriptions for example i can creat up to 25 vortual interfaces in PIX 525 , how can i creat there interfaces.

one thing more about the virtul interfaces can i use same subnets for the 2 different virtaul interface. or should i define different subnets. foe each iterface.

Thanks

New Member

Re: New to PIXfirwall ------- PIX525 ????

Hi

Thanks for the Ans. i have read the Documents you have provided me. ver informative.

Can you provide me about its Commands descriptions for example i can creat up to 25 vortual interfaces in PIX 525 , how can i creat there interfaces.

one thing more about the virtul interfaces can i use same subnets for the 2 different virtaul interface. or should i define different subnets. foe each iterface.

Thanks

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Re: New to PIXfirwall ------- PIX525 ????

You shoud define separate subnets for each virtual interface. Once you have created your virtual interfaces you then firewall between then with access-lists, NAT etc. as you would physical interfaces.

Here is a link to configuration of virtual interfaces on Pix.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080172786.html#wp1113411

HTH

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