I'm pretty new to firewalls but I have a Pix-515E and I'm trying to have an inside machine telnet to a outside machine and port is there some place I can read to do this or can someone explain to me what I need to do? Thank you in advance
You dont need to care about the IP address of the destination. Here is the reason why-
- If you are on the inside interface, this interface by default has the highest security-level of 100. If from this interface you need to connect to any other host which would definately be on a lower security interface, all you need are translation rules for outbound connectivity. In following commands-
nat(inside)100 126.96.36.199 255.255.255.255
global(outside) 100 interface
Above commands tell that 188.8.131.52 is a host on the inside network and will be translated to outside interface IP, when making outbound connections. Currently, as nat command specifies only a single host, no other host will be able to make outbound connections.
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