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Pix 506 DMZ

Posted on 2006-10-19
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Hello,

Here is our setup.

Internet ---> ISP Provided Cisco Router ----> Pix501 ---> Dell 3424 Switch

We just learned that we couldn't configure a DMZ with the 501 so we're heading out to purchase a 506.  I was wondering if someone could assist in what steps I'll need to take to configure the DMZ.  I'm not a high level networking person but I know the 506 only hast two IF's like the 501 but the 506 allows for the creation of VLAN's so support a DMZ.

Right now, our internal network  is on a 192.168.1.x scheme.  I set up a second vlan on the Dell switch and assigned 3 out of the 24 ports to it.  I'm simply looking for directions to follow once the 506 arrives in the mail.

Many thanks
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pretty simple.  just assign the 3rd interface ont eh 506 with an address that is in the "dmz" vlan.  your hosts behind that vlan will have their defualt gateway as the address of hte dmz interface of the pix.  basically thats it.
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I think this thread will answer alot of your questions:  http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_21399915.html

You will need to create the vlan interfaces on the pix:  http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080172786.html#wp1113411
Create a trunked port on the dell switch.  Force your dmz ports into the new vlan and configure the rules on the pix.

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you need to make sure the switch handles 802.1q vlan tagging (can't anything made now days doesn't have it) but of course it requires your switch to be managed.

Take the inside interface on the 506 and on the port its plugged into on the switch set to trunk mode (like sorenson said)

then on the pix do this
int eth1 vlan2 logical
nameif vlan2 dmz
nat (dmz) 1 0 0
static (inside,dmz) 192.168.2.0 192.168.2.0 netmask 255.255.255.0
static (dmz,inside) 192.168.3.0 192.168.3.0 netmask 255.255.255.0
static (dmz,outside) <public ip address of server> <dmz ip address of server>
access-list outside-in permit tcp any <public ip address> eq <port to open>
**repeat above until allowed all ports you want open
access-group outside-in in interface outside
clear xlate

vlan2 would be if you planned on using vlan number 2, if you want to use 20, then type vlan20 instead.
the number 1 for the nat command would change depending on the corresponding number you want to tie it to for the global command
the first two static commands make it so there is effectively a nonat between the inside and dmz interfaces so you can see the true ip of the client connecting on dmz servers and vice versa.
the third static is to do a translation between a public IP and the dmz server
you then do the acl and apply it, the clear xlate since you changed the translation table on the pix
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Cyclops.....I just checked my threads here for the first time in a while and didn't see your post.  I played around with this today but screwed my PIX up.  It's back to basic mode with not much of a config.  On the Switch, I simply select E1 and change the port settings to Trunk?  I don't have to set up any VLAN's on the switch?
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>>On the Switch, I simply select E1 and change the port settings to Trunk?  
Not really sure what that means "E1", reference to switches.  Will have to look that up.  As for setting to Trunk, that is correct.  The other part is making sure its a 802.1q trunk and not something else like ISL.

>>I don't have to set up any VLAN's on the switch?
Maybe, maybe not.  Never dealt with a Dell switch.  Most of the time what I've seen (but I've only dealt with Cisco managed switches) the trunk will auto-pass all vlans over that link.  However, non-native vlan traffic may not be passed because the vlan database may need to be configured to process the specific vlan you are adding.

Again, the important thing here is knowing that the switch support 802.1q vlans.  If no, then what you want to do is not possible with the 506e.
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I just checked and the Dell PowerConnect 3424 switch does support 801.1q vlans which is great.  I noticed in some other forums/groups that people were saying to set up the config so that you're using Ethernet0 to set up the VLAN but you're suggesting Ethernet1.

which is correct?  Again, I simply want a single VLAN to act as a DMZ

Many thanks
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doesn't matter, i usually use eth0 as the outside interface and eth1 as the inside interface.
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