How do I get the fwsm or pix to reply with it's ttl? Ex. Linux server traces to any other network, default route on server is FWSM interface. That IP does not reply. I am having the same issue on my PIX devices. Can I turn this feature that hides the PIX off? Thank you in advance,
Ping is not a stateful protocol. To allow pings from the inside to the outside interface you need to create an access-list. If you want to ping the same interface that you are physicly connected you need to configure the "icmp" command.
I really do appreciate you taking the time to respond. I was able to ping / trace through the fwsm, but I don't see it in a trace. Our Linux team is trying to configure "netdump" (a very low level tool to get off a type of "crashinfo" for Linux systems). It uses the ttl to determine the MAC of the nearest GW. Works on a router, not on a PIX or FWSM. You may have answered my question on the very first line by telling me that it isn't a stateful protocol, but is there any way to configure it to reply. Sorry for the lengthy reply, I am starting to think this is not a configurable option.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...