I have a PIX 515 and I'm stuck back at 5.3 but I need to add access to my entire protected range to/from about a dozen unusual ports so I can run hosted Java applets. I was given the ports, and the IP addresses, but it took 45 DAYS!!! for my provider to get a tech out here. I didn't test properly after he left, and can't afford to wait another 45.
Is the following statement correct to allow traffic on port nnnn back/forth to xx.xx.xx.xx?
conduit permit any eq nnnn host xx.xx.xx.xx
What statement might I use to allow any traffic to/from my inside protected IPs to xx.xx.xx.xx?
> with this conduit, pix will permit any traffic originated from the host xx.xx.xx.xx to any destination with tcp port nnnn
That's exactly what I want. Any traffic inbound or outbound to/from the remote server on xx.xx.xx.xx, as long as it's port nnn. I was tempted to allow ANY traffic to/from xx.xx.xx.xx just to make it easier on me, but I know then my defenses are weaker.
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