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Pix and java filtering

Hi,

I have problems getting in to some java sites. I want to remove all filtering for java in the pix.
I thought that the no fixup protocol http 80 should solve the problem but i does not.  In my log i get tcp port 9001 denied.

Easy question as always
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martyboy
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graemeboroCommented:
Have a look at your config you may have java filtering rules set up these will appear as follows

filter java 80 xxxx.xxxx.xxxx.xxxx (where xxx is the ip address) alternativley it may be filter java 80 host any.

In effect these filters work like access lists.  There may also be filters for Active X.

To disable a filter simply put no filter java 80 xxx.xxx etc.

Hope this helps

Graeme
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martyboyAuthor Commented:
I have no filter lines. Strange thing is that if i put a computer on a static ip it works. But
when i use PAT it does not work. I can login at the site but when i try to load a specific part it shuts down.
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martyboyAuthor Commented:
I  installed and configured a syslog server. Everything goes fine until this line...

%PIX-6-302014: Teardown TCP connection 1281494 for outside:194.16.178.78/80 to inside:192.168.168.152/2943 duration 0:00:01 bytes 1032 TCP FINs


And looking up this message gives no information. I really love cisco sometimes :)
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