I have a pix515E and am trying to connect directly to it to upgrade the software to 6.3(5). I have configured my PC to be in the 10.132.0.x network with an 8 bit mask. I connected a cross-over cable to the PIX's inside interface and configured the interface with an IP in the same subnet. The PIX has a stock config as I just did a write erase on it prior to configuring the IP on the inside interface. The inside interface is configured to be 100full and it showing as up/up however I cannot ping the PIX from my PC and vice versa. Could someone please offer some advise on what else I need to check/do??
I am trying this from a laptop that does not have any third party firewall software on it and even the windows firewall is disabled but I still cannot ping the inside interface. There seems to be connectivity because when I remove the crossover cable the interface status becomes up/down and when I plug the cable back in, the status becomes up/up so it does seem like the layer 1 connectivity is there.
I had the subnet masks checked by 3 different people and all confirmed that it was okay. It is just an 8 bit mask. We doubled checked the interface and confirmed that it is the correct one. We can see it up/up and removed the crossover cable and saw it change to up/down so this confirmed that we were looking at the right interface.
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