We have a pix firewall (external_ip) that is working perfectly. The problem is that we need to allow certain ports to a workstation (work_ip) from only 3 ips from a different company (outside_ip1,2,3).
The ports that need to be allowed to this workstation are 28000-28500 and 990. I have listed the commands I think should do it, any feedback or suggestions would be great.
Correct, its one workstation that I am routing all the information from those ports to. When the last command (static) is entered it seems that all information from all ports is forwarded there. At least thats what I think is happening. I plan on testing the equipment anyway today, I will post back on my findings, thank you for the quick replies.
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