Need to Create Static Mapping to a Sharepoint server with my PIX 515E

Posted on 2006-06-04
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
We had to replace our PIX515E over the weekend. I really need the down and dirty answer on the command lines to statically map and allow traffic through our pix to our sharepoint server. our sharepoint is on a static IP of XX.XX.XX.20
and then is mapped to a trust IP of So what I am after are the command lines to make this happen. Thank you all, this has been a  hell weekend.

Question by:ksolid
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    Accepted Solution

    To Map your server.
    static [(internal_if_name, external_if_name)] global_ip local_ip [netmask network_mask]  

    static (inside, outside) XX.XX.XX.20 netmask

    But before you apply this command, you need to configure you new PIX.

    Here is the complete PIX configuration guide.

    You would need to assign IP address to outside and inside interfaces.
    Then you need to do the static natting.
    Then apply access list on interfaces so that traffic can come inside.
    You can do this using PDM easily. No need to know the command for CLI interface.

    Just need to assign IP address to inside and outside interface. PDM will work after that.

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    Assisted Solution

    What version PIX OS are you running? 6.3x or 7.x ?
    Same principle either one.
    Create a static as prashsax has shown above, and then create access-list and apply the acl group:

    static (inside,outside) xx.xx.xx.20 netmask
    access-list outside_in permit tcp any host xx.xx.xx.20 eq www
    access-group outside_in in interface outside

    That is - assuming that sharepoint only needs port 80 open to it....

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