I have inherited an issue. An email server that is not communicating. Seems that the addressing has not been set up in the appropriate places. The router and the firewall. Thing is I have inherited a PIX 501 with the issue and I have zero experience with this device.
What I want to accomplish is to set 3 addresses
I have everything set except the router and the firewall. I know how to make IP Maps at the router but I don't know how to configure the PIX. Could you please send me a link to the appropriate documentation.
does this system have a GUI interface and will it work with my Mac (OS 10.4.7). If not is there a way to get it to? Do you have to be on the internal network for the GUI to work or does it work over the WAN. If it is internal only does the computer have to be plugged in directly to the PIX or does it work across the network, switches hubs, etc?
I found information on the Device Manager but so far I have had no success getting access any other way than terminal. Their eMail is down, frankly I just found out that this was installed Feb of 06 and has never worked correctly. Whom ever installed it never got the eMail working they have been using hot mail for the business. Incredible....
Web access and VPN seem to be working fine from what they say.
Seems all that needs to be done is mapping outside addresses to inside addresses. Thus access-lists and static translations? I assume these translate to IPMaps? I'll dig around and see what I can find, but I could really use a GUI, I'm not all that up on the code thus terminal isn't easy.
I am outside looking in. I am going there this morning, on site to see if I can see anything different. I looked for the settings you referred to and found the following.
http server enable
http x.x.x.x s.s.s.s outside
http x.x.x.x s.s.s.s inside
The outside address is not one I'm familiar with (not one of the known addresses from the ISP). It isn't the same as the WAN address of the unit? My guess is that this isn't correct. That this should be the WAN address. The inside address isn't the LAN either. The last 2 octNet were transposed.
I also see ssh as follows
ssh 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 outside
ssh x.x.x.x s.s.s.s outside (another number I'm not aware of)
ssh x.x.x.x s.s.s.s outside (again another odd number)
ssh x.x.x.x s.s.s.s inside (an inside number but not the LAN address)
ssh time out 5
telnet 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 inside
telnet x.x.x.x s.s.s.s inside (the same number as the ssh, again not the LAN)
(where x is a known WAN address and n is a known LAN address. Are these reversed?)
there is more here but I have no idea what it all is at this point. The only reason I know this is because someone printed out the settings and faxed them to me. I see at the top that the PIX version is actually 6.3(5). Again different than what they told me. I can get in from the outside via terminal, ssh firstname.lastname@example.org where x.x.x.x is the known WAN address. I haven't yet figured out how to get it to list all the settings for me.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.