I have a PIX 501 connected to broadband connection. I want to provide web/ftp services froma server on the internal network. I have setup port redirection, ACL's, and NAT per TAC docs, but I can not connect to the services. Thank you and here's the config.
Obviously you'd need a similar static command for the www redirection.
Other than that the config looks OK, what do you get whne you try and connect either with FTP or HTTP. Enable syslogging on the PIX with:
> logging on
> logging buffer debug
Then try a connection and do a "sho log" to see what the syslog shows. This will give you the best indication of what's going wrong. If you see nothing in the log, then check with your ISP to see if they're filtering all the low port numbers out, some ISP's don't want you running web servers unless you pay extra.
I fixed it! My ACL's were wrong becuase my FTP was not on port 21. I thought I could use 'ftp' in my ACL b/c I had changed the port with fixup.I could not (and still can't) view my website on my public IP, but the rest of the world can. I remember reading something about this being normal, but it's not a huge deal anyway. I really appreciate you looking in to this. Thanks again for your help.
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