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Sir,

I have got Cisco PIX 506 E which has got two ethernet interfaces as inside ( 10.192.10.253) and outside as( 10.1.248.194)

I have got two cisco router one is Cisco 2611 which has got two ethernet interfaces as 10.42.11.* & 10.1.248.193.

Other router 7500 has got ethernet as 10.192.10.*.

From 7500 router, i am able to log into PIX while from 2611XM , i am unable to login into PIx.

can somebody help me ?

I am attaching sh run of PIX

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regds,

Aman

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Re: pix

Hi

From the outside world(interface) of the pix you can login onto a PIX box using SSH protocol.

You are able to telnet from the 7500 router coz of the following statement which you have configured in your pix box also from your inside network you can manage the pix box via telnet.

telnet 10.192.10.0 255.255.255.0 inside

You can configure SSH in your PIX box and access it from the SSH client.

for more info on configuring SSH do refer this link..

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/ps6120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080450d39.html

regds

New Member

Re: pix

If you want access from the PDM - graphical interface, you will need the following

http server enable (which you have)

http "an address and subnet" outside

http "an address and subnet" inside

Specific which host or subnets you want this access from.

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Re: pix

Sir,

Can't we enter the command

telnet 10.1.248.X 255.255.255.0 outside in PIX ..

Aman

Purple

Re: pix

Hi Aman,

For security reasons, the PIX does not support telnet connections originating from the outside network. Therefore, that command is not supported.

Your best option is to use SSH as Edwin earlier indicated.

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

Paresh

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Re: pix

Dear Sir,

Thanks a lot for clearing my doubt....

regds,

aman

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