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Fixup pc anywhere, ports 5231 out, 5232 in

Would I only fixup the incoming port or because PC anywhere calls out on one port and recieves an answer on another port. Do I have to Fixup both?? Thanks

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Re: Fixup pc anywhere, ports 5231 out, 5232 in

Sorry but there is no fixup protocol for pc anywhere. This link will help you to determine which fixup protocols are available.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/iaabu/pix/pix_62/cmdref/df.htm#xtocid12

You would have to create access-lists or conduits, depending on your version and or preference to allow access to your PC via PCanywhere. As a word of caution be very careful when doing this. If your PC is behind the "inside" interface and you open up a conduit to this device you are giving anyone that can access it full security rights, (sec100) to be able to access other interfaces off of the PIX. If you are going to create the access to the PC via PC anywhere make sure it is in a DMZ and make sure access from this PC has restricted access to the inside of your network for safety.

Kim

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Re: Fixup pc anywhere, ports 5231 out, 5232 in

we (users) cant construct conditional access (fixups)

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