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    Default Port-Forwarding PIX 501

    Does anyone know how to do Port-Forwarding with a PIX 501 Firewall???

    I have been trying different configs and nothing seems to work.

    I have also been on the Cisco site and can't really find anything that can help me with this problem.

    Any help will be great!!!
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    Check the "Initial Configuration (non VPN)" section at this Cisco page.

    I hope this helps!
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    post config i will ask the guy i work with that does pix to look at it
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    Thanks all,

    I finally figured it out and got the correct ports forwarding and everything is working like a charm. These PIX firewalls can be confusing and frustrating, but once you have achived your task it feels good.


    Thanx again!!!
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