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Not sure what's wrong . . .

This isn't exactly business related, but . . .

I have a uBR900 series cable access router that I use at home and two machines, one strictly for gaming and one strictly for working. The work machine has very sensitive data on it which I'm absolutely paranoid about, thus I have all ports except port 80 blocked on my router. The problem is, my gaming machine gets disconnected all the time when the router shuts down the ports I am using to connect to other servers. Is there technology in the IOS firewall that will allow me to have all ports open for one IP address (the gaming machine) but all but port 80 closed for the second IP (the work marchine)?

It's been a problem that's been bugging me for quite some time.

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Re: Not sure what's wrong . . .

use access-lists to specify the ports. so where x=ip of your office machine and y=game machine...

access-list inside permit ip any host y

access-list inside permit tcp any host x eq 80