I am trying to remotely manage a PIX from a network in the Internet. According to Cisco, I can achieve this by IPSec and this is where I get confused. My idea is to create a user-to-site IPSec tunnel between my laptop to the PIX, get an IP address from inside and then telnet the PIX inside interface's IP address.
Is this the solution, or am I completely mistaken? If the latter, what would be the correct way to do it?
Another solution is to enable DES, and open an SSH conection. You can connect with a public address from outside this way. Your solution is also OK, but I still recomend SSH connections instead of using telnet. you should need version 6 or greater to enable SSH
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