I hope you can help me since I'm having problems configuring my PIX 501. I have set e0 and e1 static ip addresses and they both comm. with their own segments. HOwever, I can't comm. from e1 through e0.
I've set in both NAT (inside) 0 0 0 and outside as well. There are no packet going out from any of both nics.
Rod, a bit of an odd configuration as one usually expect to configure e0 as "outside"
interface and e1 as "inside" interface, one have to flip the switch to think ther other
way around, I would suspect since you are no passing outbouond traffic through outside interface that this pix is not in production, if this is the case I would wipe out complete config and start from scratch and do it right with "e0 name outside" and "e1 name inside",
since your config is very small it should not take that long, or if you want to leave
it as such we can still troubleshoot. Also your e1 outside interface IP of 188.8.131.52/24
is not on the same IP block where you default route to 184.108.40.206, normally pix outside
interface should be in the same 220.127.116.11 network. Is your external interface sort
of connecting to a DSL or cablemodem line where you get DHCP from ISP? can you elaborate
on the external connection?
On another note you don't have nat inside configured, with two interface inside outside.
no nat, you have default route mistaken, before you try these commands, from the
pix can you ping 18.104.22.168 ? if not correct with bellow defualt route.
With nat (e0) 0 22.214.171.124 255.255.255.0 will let inside IP addresses be recognized
on the outside network and inside IPs start outbound connections.
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