I have a small problem with the PIX firewall and it is a small one
just want to see if I can get your grey cells to work along with
mine to resolve this small issue.
I have a Windows 2000 server which is also a oracle server for one of our clients. The live IP address of the server is 184.108.40.206 mapped to static internal 192.168.0.3 . This is for sql access from the outside.
What happens is , if I am using the internt connection from say
my home R any where else outside,and I click on Start > Run and then
type in the Open box //220.127.116.11 and click on open,after some time it comes out with No Network Connection found.This is the same with Windows 95, R windows 98 R windows NT workstation.
If I try the same with another windows 2000 professional R windows 2000 server which has internet connection, Then surprisingly
the shared folders of the server open up !!!! Amazingly the server is just open.
Could you please let me know any such issues whith windows 2000 what is to be done on the server side , what ports to be blocked R anything that will resolve this issue with my client , R he will have me for Lunch this week end :).
but the "in" was just missing in the config put up , but it is implemented there in , in the real scenario.Well the access-list acl_in permit tcp any any eq www was essential to allow the internal LAN computers to browse any web site outside using only port 80,well that is essential for the LAN computers to be able to browse the internet,right....
well IM still on the run for this solution,but am sure will get it and will post it when I get the right fix for the solution,Till then take care,and have a nice time.
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