Configure PIX 501 to access remote features of SBS2003
Posted on 2005-05-11
I have a Cisco PIX 501 firewall on a single class C network 192.168.1.x
The outside is connected via a modem that delivers a single public IP address using DHCP
There is a Small Business Server 2003 on 192.168.1.10
There is only one NIC in the server.
DHCP is handled by the SBS2003
The default configuration allows outbound web access OK
I want to configure the PIX to allow access to the remote features of Small Business Server. (Remote web workplace, Outlook Web Access, Outlook over http, VPN etc)
Should I just use port forwarding from the PIX501 to the server IP address on ports 3389,4125,47,1723,443,444,80,21,25
Will this allow the Small Business Server to be the VPN server or should I use the PIX for this.
If I use the PIX as the VPN server do I have to add a username and password for every remote user?
Am I thinking in the right direction or should I be doing something different to this ? If you can include the PIX commands required that would be excellent.