I recently installed a new PIX506E 6.3. Internet and VPN access are working.
We have an SSL web site that we host internally. We used to be able to access this
web site internally via www.website.com
, until I setup the new PIX. Internet users can access it via www.website.com
without incident as usual.
The only way we can currently access the web site internally now is by using the server name. I looked over the previous PIX config, and I have the new config matching almost idenical, with a couple of minor excepions.
One exception is we no longer allow another company to have access to our private network, so that portion was removed from the config. The other item that is not in the current config is noted below.
rip inside passive version 1
rip inside default version 1
When we were running the other PIX, we could access the internal web site just as internet users would, so I don't want to look at using the hosts file. What changed that I can't access the internal web site by typing www.website.com?
As I mentioned above, internet users can access it just fine. Nothing in DNS was changed (worked fine on previous Cisco PIX506).