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Allowing IMAP over SSL on PIX 506E IOS 6.3(4) PDM 3.0(2)

Posted on 2007-12-06
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Novice here, try to do everything through PDM. PIX 506E PIX 506E IOS 6.3(4) PDM 3.0(2). Using the PDM I was able to allow HTTPS, but I don't see a handy/dandy IMAP/S setting. How do I use the PDM to allow port 993? Thanks.
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Click on the "Configuration" button in the toolbar and go to the "Access Rules" tab.

Right-click on an existing access rule that is applied to the outside interface and a menu will come up.  Click on "Add" and then fill out the fields in the window like below:

Under "Action"
Select an action : permit

Under "Source Host/Network"
Select the "IP Address" radio button
Interface : outside
IP Address : 0.0.0.0
Mask: 0.0.0.0

Under "Destination Host/Network"
Select the "IP Address" radio button
Interface : inside
IP Address : <inside IP address of host you want to allow traffic to>
Mask : 255.255.255.255 (if just to a single IP address, modify to whatever you are wanting to allow)

Under "Protocol and Service"
Select "TCP" radio button
Leave source port as default of "any"

Under "Destination Port"
Type in "993" in the field

Click OK and you're done...of course, you will still need a static translation for the host you wish to allow this traffic to, but you should already know how to do this if you've already allowed HTTPS traffic inbound to a host.

Good luck!


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I forgot to add that you will need to click "Apply" after clicking "OK"...;)
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by:adamant40
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This looks perfect. I will try as soon as I get to work and report back. Thanks.
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by:adamant40
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I am so freaking embarrased that I didn't think to just type the port number into the field. Oh well. Thank for the perfect step by step.
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