Opening ports for Cisco 506e for VOIP

Hi all!
I am very new to Cisco kit so please excuse my ignorance. I have been asked to open up some ports on a Cisco 506e I am doing this remotely via the Cisco VPN client. I am then using telnet and command lines to try and open the ports up without much success. I cannot even get the PDM to work after having trouble connecting to it last week, then after a while it did connect and we input lines into the configuration. The following day we could couldn't get onto the PDM again and after speaking with cisco we put in more config lines via telnet.
Basically i am trying to open up ports UDP 5004 & 5005 (inbound, outbound), TCP 5566 (inbound, outbound), UDP 5567 (inbound,outbound) via telnet.

"access-list 101 pemit udp any host 86.54.28.26 eq 5567

static (inside,outside) udp (external IP) 5567 (internal IP) 5567 netmask
255.255.255.255"

But after doing this and viewing the configuration the newlines are not shown.

Thanks for any pointers in advance!

OL



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michofreihaCommented:
Put the Line number before applting the new config like the follwing:

10 pemit udp any host 86.54.28.26 eq 5567


after you finish type: wr
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michofreihaCommented:
Router# conf t
Router(config)#ip access-list extended 111
Router(config)#10 pemit udp any host 86.54.28.26 eq 5567
Router(config)#wr
Router(config)#exit
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SensataAuthor Commented:
Whenever i put in any command i am getting the same response:
"Type help or '?' for a list of available commands"

The 5567 port is ok though as we had cisco do that but trying to open up ports UDP 5004 & 5005 (inbound, outbound), TCP 5566 (inbound, outbound) is proving a tad tricky!
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michofreihaCommented:
are you sure you are in conf t ???????????
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SensataAuthor Commented:
I take it that is the first stage of logging in and not the enable mode?
This is my first Cisco experience i'm afraid.
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michofreihaCommented:
after telnet and enter the username and password you should do the following:
Router#en
Router# conf t
Router(config)#ip access-list extended 111
Router(config)#10 pemit udp any host 86.54.28.26 eq 5567
Router(config)#wr
Router(config)#exit
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SensataAuthor Commented:
Router(config)#10 pemit udp any host (external IP) eq 5004

Type help or '?' for a list of available commands.

Still had this come up straight after, is that correct, i then did Router(config)#wr
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michofreihaCommented:
you missed the following:
Router(config)#ip access-list extended 111
did you access the aceess list?
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michofreihaCommented:
you should access the access list aftr you enter in conf t,this is important. Your access list is:
Router(config)#ip access-list extended 101
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SensataAuthor Commented:
Router(config)#ip access-list extended 101

After typing that i get
"router(config)# ip access-list extended 101                                            
Invalid keyword:  "access-list"                              
Usage:  [no] ip address <if_name> <ip_address> [<mask>]                        
        [no] ip address <if_name> <ip_address> <mask> pppoe [setroute]
        [no] ip address <if_name> dhcp [setroute] [retry <retry_cnt>]
        [no] ip address <if_name> pppoe [setroute]
        ip local pool <poolname> <ip1>[-<ip2>] [mask <mask>]
        ip verify reverse-path interface <if_name>
        ip audit {info|attack} action [alarm] [drop] [reset]
        ip audit name <audit_name> {info|attack} [action [alarm] [drop] [reset]]

        ip audit interface <if_name> <audit_name>
        ip audit signature <sig_number> disable
        show|clear ip audit count [global] [interface <interface>]
        show ip [address [<if_name> [pppoe|dhcp [lease|server]]]]"
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SensataAuthor Commented:
Looks like i've now managed to open the ports but now when typing
router(config)# wr
it is coming back with
router(config)# wr
Not enough arguments.
Usage:  write erase|floppy|mem|terminal|standby
        write net [<tftp_ip>]:<filename>
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SensataAuthor Commented:
This was the first day of trying to figure out Cisco using commands. Wish the PDM was more reliable.
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