Cisco PIX 501 - Port Forwarding and VPN configuration

hello all,

     I've been an NT/2k admin for about 8 years, and I'm just learning Cisco products.  I bought a Cisco PIX 501 and I'm attempting to conigure it.  I have a static IP address (from my ISP), and I'd like to know how configure port forwrarding via the Web interface.  I have an Exchange server (192.168.0.50) and need to forward ports 21, 25, 80, 110, 443, and 3389 to that box.  How do I do that?

     Also, I have the Cisco VPN client, and I'd like to configure the PIX for total access to all authenticated users to the inside.  I used the VPN wizzard in the web interface, but the results aren't the desired results.  I get authenticated, but I can't ping (or access) a single device on the inside of the network.

Regards,

Phil Borkstrom
pborkstrom@hotmail.com
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cooleditCommented:
you must look in your configuration for access list seems to me thats where you hang up, the people get authenticated but stands only at the gate to your network. Access list look into.
for VPN you must determine which addresses you want to allow and put them into the access list as well. Look at the Cisco.com site for your puposes.
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pborkstromAuthor Commented:
I guess I just need to know what to set it to - specifically.  I'm on the VPN tab under CONFIGURATION, and on the left hand side under REMOTE ACCESS - Cisco VPN Client, I have the group I created.

      Also, the port forwarding is a pretty important issue.  I can't get email @domain.com, or access to my FTP server.  It isn't mission critical (seeing only 10 people know that address :), but I'd like to learn a little bit about how cisco products work.

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