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PIX firewall problem

Hi All

Anyone can solve this question?

Internal network: 192.122.1.0/24

DMZ network: 192.122.2.0/28

Web serve at 192.122.2.2/28

FTP server at 192.122.2.2/28

TFTP server at 192.122.2.1/28

Outside network interface to Perimeter router: 10.33.1.100

Global Address: DHCP assigned from network DHCP server, single address

Question:

a) for Web servers

Accessible to all users from the external networks

Accessible to all users from the inside networks

Only inside users with the ip address range 1-199 are allowed to update the contents of the Web server

Thanks a lot....

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Re: PIX firewall problem

How do they update the web server - via ftp?

Just write an access list that uses CIDR netmasks to cover the space you need:

192.122.1.0 255.255.255.128 - this block will cover hosts 0-127

192.122.1.128 255.255.255.192 - this block will cover hosts 128-192

etc,etc

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