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PIX and a cingle public address

Posted on 2003-11-07
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Is it feasible to configure a PIX to use a single public IP and
a) Allow outbound access
b) Allow inbound access to a web server
c) Terminate a VPN

I have my doubts that I can achieve all three, especially when the PIX is only at 5.3.1 (there isn't budget to update it)
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a) sure
Unfortunately, 5.3 does not support port redirection or port address static, so b) is out.
c) if you enable DES encryption. do a "show ver" and see if DES is enabled, if not, register on Cisco web site. You'll get a new activation key and instructions to reload the image so you can re-input the activation key..
https://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Software/FormManager/formgenerator.pl?pid=221&fid=324
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Many thanks, I half expected that answer...... now to see if I can get some more money
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