I work for a local ISP and am putting in a PIX firewall for the first time. It is going to go between the router on our backbone and a PC setup as a router. We got a small hub and my plan is to have the Ethernet address on the backbone router changed to 10.10.10.1 and then the outside interface on the PIX to 10.10.10.2 and plug those into the hub. The inside interface will go to our LAN in the office. The router in the office has an IP address of 192.168.1.5, but actually has a real IP but kept out for security reasons. (as well as the inside interface on the PIX) I am having a hard time understanding exactly how the PIX routes, we tried it with the configuration that is shown and it didnt work. I am sure i have several issues wrong with the config. Any help would be great! Thanks.
The first 3 statements allow access to specific services and ports on some inside servers. Statements 4&5 allow outside hosts to ping any inside host. Statement 6 allows full access to 192.168.1.8 (no firewalling - fixup rules apply)
The last statement applies the access list to inbound connections arriving at the outside interface.
I'd recommend going thru the pix command reference:
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