If you have available public IP address then you can substitute the with your public IP address and also change the static command appropriately i.e. substitute the interface command to your public IP.
Save with: write mem and also issue: clear xlate
From a security point of view, I would not recommend allowing 'any' connections via SSH. Instead I would recommend allowing a known host i.e. host to host connection.
You can obtain the SSH client freely, go to google and search for putty.exe
I hope all the above helps and let me know how you get on.
, that's the outside interface ip of the pix. you can verify this by looking at "ip address outside xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx "
to further restrict ssh access to the pix,
with the key word outside, it means ssh access is available on the outside interface. in case you want to ssh rather than telnet from the internal network in order to maximise the security level, you can
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