CISCO PIX 515E CONFIGURATION GUIDE PDF

You can configure PIX Firewall by entering commands on your console computer or terminal that are similar in context to those you use with Cisco routers. Help information is available by entering a question mark by itself for a listing of all commands, or with a command for command syntax. For example:. You can abbreviate most commands down to the fewest unique characters for a command; for example, you can enter write t to view the configuration instead of entering the full command write terminal , or you can enter en to start privileged mode and conf t to start configuration mode. If both interfaces show that packets are input and output, then the firewall is functioning. If not, ensure that the interface and route commands are specified correctly.

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Quick Links. Download this manual See also: Installer and User Manual. Table of Contents. For cisco pix firewall version 6. Page 8 c. Select the Translation Rules tab. Click the Manage Pools button and a new window appears, allowing you to add or edit global address pools. For most configurations, global pools are added to the less secure, or public, interfaces. Page 9 b. Click the Range radio button to enter the IP address range. Enter a unique Pool ID in this case, enter Page 10 When the new window comes up: a.

Select outside from the Interface drop-down menu. Assign the same Pool ID for this pool as in Step d above This translation prevents the private address spaces from being exposed on public networks and permits routing through the public networks.

Page 12 b. Right click in the gray area below the Manage Pools button and select Add. In the new window, select the inside interface. Enter the IP address of the client Select You can select the inside host by clicking on the Browse button. Page 13 Enter the entire network range Page 14 j. Click the OK button. Check the displayed configuration for accuracy.

Click the Apply Repeat the steps to configure interface PAT between the inside and outside interfaces. The procedure remains the same, except the interface on which the translation is required is now the outside interface and the Dynamic address pool should now indicate the interface PAT keywords.

Page 16 The configurations should display as shown below Under Action, select permit from the drop-down menu to allow traffic through the firewall. Page 19 d. Select dmz from the Interface drop-down menu. Enter Configure the IKE negotiation parameters. In most cases, the default values are sufficient to establish secure VPN tunnels between two peers.

Page 25 2. Configure the IPSec parameters. Confirm all values before continuing to the next window. Use the Browse button to select from preconfigured groups.

Page 27 2. Select traffic permitted from the remote PIX Firewall. In the second window, select VPN traffic for remote network configuration. When configuring PIX 2, ensure that the values are correctly entered.

In the main PDM page, select Options. Select Preferences and check the Preview commands before sending to firewall box. Check the configuration to ensure that all values are entered correctly. Page Restore The Default Configuration Enter these commands and follow these steps to use the activation key: Command Description show version Shows the PIX Firewall software version, hardware configuration, Step 1 license key, and related uptime data.

Step 2 activation-key Updates the PIX Firewall activation key by replacing the Step 3 activation-key-four-tuple with the activation key obtained with your Page 31 Step 15 exit Exits the current configuration mode. To do so, you must run a serial terminal emulator on a PC or workstation Connect the blue console cable so that you have a DB-9 connector on one end as required by Step 1 the serial port for your computer, and the RJ connector on the other end.

Page Check The Leds Connect the inside, outside, or perimeter network cables to the interface ports. Starting from Step 3 the top left, the connectors are Ethernet 2, Ethernet 3, Ethernet 4, and Ethernet 5. The maximum number of allowed interfaces is six with an unrestricted license. Do not add a single-port circuit board in the extra slot below the four-port circuit board Note because the maximum number of allowed interfaces is six.

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This chapter provides network diagrams and the configuration instructions to create them. When you first add a PIX Firewall to an existing network, it is easiest to implement its use if you do not have to renumber all the inside and outside IP addresses. The configuration in illustrates this scenario. Syslog is enabled to facilitate troubleshooting. All inside hosts can start connections. All external hosts are blocked from initiating connections or sessions on inside hosts. PIX Firewall provides nameif statements for the inside and outside interfaces and the interface statements for both interfaces in the default configuration default configuration statements are shown in bold and italics.

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