PIX 8.04 515E three interface DMZ newbie trouble config attached
<p>Sorry for the newbie question but I'm just not sure what I need to do here. I have a PIX 515E running 8.04. I have an inside network 192.168.1.0/24 and a network on the DMX 192.168.100.0/30. the inside is security level 100; DMZ is 10 and the outside is 0. I can nat out to the world from the inside and the DMZ and my inside can access resources on the DMZ. What I'm having trouble with is DMZ TCP 80 traffic getting to the server on the DMZ. My web server cannot be accessed from the outside. If attach a copy of the config for review. I have an idea it has something to do with the implicit rules but not sure what. Thanks in advance.</p>
You don't really need the global (dmz) statement, and you need an access-list for the dmz that will allow web traffic in from the outside - without one you have an implicit 'deny-all' rule on the dmz interface for anthing except traffic coming from the inside interface (traffic is always permited from a higher security interface to a lower security interface unless specifically excluded). Make another acl, say, acl_dmz, and allow the same traffic that you're allowing on your outside interface: acl_dmz extended permit tcp any host webserver eq 80 access-group acl_dmz in dmz
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