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Pix with exchange server!

Hi

PS Throw light to the following Scenario:

an internet router connected to the ISP,WE Recently removed the ISA And replaced pix firewall with 3 interface. interface 1 of the pix connected to the internet router via a cross cable.interface 2(10.100.10.100) connected to the lan segment;now i need to publish the exchange server(10.100.10.101) to the internet!what would be the config on the pix to meet the previous required?

10xs for ur reply

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New Member

Re: Pix with exchange server!

Well,

static (dmz, outside) public_ip_of_exchange 10.100.10.101

access-list outside permit tcp any host public_ip_of_exchange eq 25

would do :)

If you want to publish some other service (like pop3, nntp or similiar) just add it to an access-list...

Also, take care of what is published (both access-list and static from inside) from inside to DMZ...

New Member

Re: Pix with exchange server!

Hi

10xs for ur reply.do u have a link or white paper That similate my scenario?

10xs

Purple

Re: Pix with exchange server!

Hi,

I suggest you go through this document, which outlines the various ways in which you can enable inbound connectivity through your firewall:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a008017278e.html#wp1001972

Hope that helps - pls do rate the post if it does.

Paresh

New Member

Re: Pix with exchange server!

Hi Paresh thanks a lot!

New Member

Re: Pix with exchange server!

H Paresh1

i have 1 question!i have been reading all ur posts in these forums.how did u know all this usefull links for every issue, and provide it to helped the people in this forum?u know every thing about every thing in cisco products?even the usefull links

i hope if u answer me?

10xs paresh

Purple

Re: Pix with exchange server!

You give me too much credit, mate ! I only answer posts on things that I actually know about and I keep a list of some useful bookmarks that allow me to get to most of these links. For example, the one I pointed you to was straight out of the PIX configuration guide...

In any case, it's a pleasure to be of assistance.

Regards,

Paresh

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