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NT domain spanning pix 515e and how to work it

We are looking at implementing a cisco pix in stages and therefore want to stick clients behind the firewall first then servers. Is there a way to do this for the domain loggin in without putting a PDC behind the firewall with them? I am able to have them authenticate to the domain if I do a static map for each address, but I would like to not have to keep all the current IP addresses in reserve. I have tried opening the udp ports(137,138) and tcp ports (139) that does not work. Any help would be appreciated. It is an NT 4.0 domain. with windows 2000 clients.

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Jim Kiddoo

Jim.Kiddoo@ualberta.ca

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Re: NT domain spanning pix 515e and how to work it

Does this help:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/110/pixnetbios.html

Here the client is on the outside, but it's just the same as if they're on a DMZ interface.

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