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TOPIC: allowing port 4741 through a PIX

allowing port 4741 through a PIX 11 years 1 month ago #9615

  • pndennie
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Hi
I have inherited a project that is using a PIX as its firewall. I have been tasked to open port 4741 to one device behind the and the outside world. Can anybody give me so,e direction on how to accomplish this.....
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allowing port 4741 through a PIX 11 years 1 month ago #9686

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Hi,

Give the command on the pix firewall access-group. This command would tell you if there is any access list applied to the outside interface of the pix firewall as well as on the inside interface.

Since by giving the above command u would get the group name u then need to give the command

access-list group name permit tcp any host x.x.x.x eq 4741
Where x.x.x.x is the public ip address of ur device. Just see if u have any access rules applied to the inside interface as well coz then u would have to modify them also......

Incase any issues get back to me ....

sidd
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