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AIM Block

How do I block AIM with PIX. it usses all ports. Will this work?

sh running-config regex

regex *.oscar.aol.com "IM_Block"

regex AOL_aim-messenger "[Hh][Tt][Tt][Pp][.][Pp][Rr][Oo][Xx][Yy][.][Ii][Cc][Qq][

.][Cc][Oo][Mn]"

regex IM_login "login.oscar.aol.com"

“[*][.][Oo][Ss][Cc][Aa][Rr][.][Aa][Oo][Ll][ .][Cc][Oo][Mn]"

“[*][.][o][s][c][a][r][.][a][o][l][ .][c][o][n]"

regex IM "[*][.][o][s][c][a][r][.][a][o][l][.][c][o][m]"

# test regex oscar.aol.com "[o][s][c][a][r][.][a][o][l][.][c][o][m]"

INFO: Regular expression match succeeded.

How do I now apply this to the interfaces?

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Re: AIM Block

You don't actually apply it to the interface, you use it in the ACL that is applied to the interface. Here is link that covers it.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_configuration_example09186a0080940e04.shtml

Hope that helps.

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