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SSH through management interface

Hello,

I'm using Cisco Pix 515E, 8.0(3).

I configured remote access VPN. I allowed management-access interface - inside. Then I allowed ssh:

ssh 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 inside

But I can't connect with SSH on pix inside interface.

I saw release notes on 8.0(3), where this issue is marked like corrected.

But for me this doesn't work.

Is there any special configuration with ssh though management interface through VPN? Or do you have the same experience?

Many thanks,

Vladislav

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Re: SSH through management interface

have you verified that ssh works from the local LAN?

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Re: SSH through management interface

Yes ssh works correctly from local.

Gold

Re: SSH through management interface

can you ping the inside interface?

do you have the command sysopt connection permit-vpn?

if not, are you allowing the traffic via your outside acl?

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Re: SSH through management interface

Yes, I can ping inside interface even through VPN. When I make telnet 22 it opens black window. When I use putty, it freezes on black window, too, but doesn't write, that connection refused or sothing like this.

I have permitted sysopt connection permit-vpn.

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