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CIsco PIX 506e inside going outside problems

Posted on 2004-04-03
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I have configured a few 506e's and never had this problem.  The only difference I see with this one is that I am not connecting an internal DOMAIN to the inside interface of the pix "so to speak"  I am configuring this for a p2p SMB.

They do not use and internal DNS server
They do not use an internal WINS server

They DO use an internal DHCP server.

I can only seem to use the internet on 3 machines at any given time.  Doesn't matter what 3 but it will only allow three machines to get out to the internet.  There are numerous error messages on the PIX PDM logging, that show the denial of the UDP requests.  Not sure what it could be.  Some help is always appreciated.  This is time critical.  Thanks.

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How about posting the error messages you are seeing in the PDM log?  That would sure help get an answer to you, as otherwise I can only guess as to what traffic is being blocked.

How about you post your config, also?
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Not sure how to kill this question.  It was solved without assistance.
The fix was that the PIX was doing one-for-one NAT and only a pool of 3 addresses was entered.  Thus, only 3 machines could use the internet simulatneously.

Thanks anyway
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