I am at a lost. got a 501 out of the box 6.3.3. assign it an public ip address XXX.XX.XX.13 and its private ip 10.1.25.254
the public interface is connected to a 2600, eth0 ip address is one of my public ip addresses XXX.XX.XX.254 and se0 is 172.XX.XXX.157, which is provided by my ISP. On the inside I have a Cat4006, IP 10.1.254.254. Here is where I get confused. Before I got the 501 i could tracert ip address on se0 (icmp was enabled). From the 501 I can ping et0 of the 2600, but I can't get any traffic to go outside. I tried http, dns, ftp. I have left ACL's as is, which to my understanding is all traffic outbound is allowed.
before I started I tracert some ip address and could follow to se0
now when I tracert it stops at the cat4006, it timesout there.
I am getting confused on my routing statements
on the cat4006 i define an "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.1.25.254" so that all packets no for my network to go to the private ip of the pix. (is that correct)
I then tried to set a route in the pix for the inside interface to route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 to XXX.XX.XX.254 (is that right) I don't think that it is. I can't figure out how the routing should be accomplised. Do I route the outside interface to XXX.XX.XX.254? Right now I am trying this on a 501, but In a couple of weeks I plan to use a 515e
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