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Accessing PDM From My Desktop

All,

I am trying to access the PDM from my desktop. I have a route to the inside interface of the PIX although my PC isn't on the same subnet. Do I have to put in a static route or something on the PIX to allow me to access the PDM from my desktop?

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Re: Accessing PDM From My Desktop

To access the PDM, the pix must know how to get to your PC. If your PC is not on a directly connected network, then you must have a route statement using the interface that you are trying to access the PDM from. You must also have a HTTP statement that permits you access to the PDM (HTTPS).

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Re: Accessing PDM From My Desktop

Okay, so lets say the network my pc is on is 123.12.23.0 and the inside interface of the pix is 2.2.2.2 so in essence I would create a static route that said:

route inside 123.12.23.0 255.255.255.0 2.2.2.2 1

will this work?

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Re: Accessing PDM From My Desktop

Correct. You would also need a statement that allows HTTPS access from your host or set of hosts. If your example, this command allows the entire Class C of hosts to access the PDM.

http 123.12.23.0 255.255.255.0 inside

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