I have a webserver on our DMZ and created a translation exemption rule from my PC (inside) to this DMZ server. I have done nothing else and I can use a web browser to get to it. I have created no rules for http or anything - should this happen??
That is fine - you are going from a trusted interface (inside) to a less trusted interface (dmz) so that is okay. The PIX imposes stricter controls on packets from less trusted interfaces to more trusted interfaces.
If you can't get into the shares, I suspect that it's not the firewall that is the problem. If you have not configured any form of access control, then you should be able to access everything through the PIX.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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