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Setting up ssh access on a Pix 515

Posted on 2008-10-22
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I have to give a vendor access to a specific appliance using ssh through our Pix.  As a 'newbie" to Pix usage, I believe I've set it up correctly through the PDM. (see attached screen shot)

Any comments would be helpful.
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by:Pete Long
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Is 208.90.236.132 a free unused External IP address?

if it were you would allow access to 208.90.236.132  from any over ssh?

if its just temporary then simply port forward ssh to the internal machine
see http://www.petenetlive.com/Tech/Firewalls/Cisco/portforward.htm
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knightfox earned 125 total points
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leave the source port as IP...  the request will not necessaraily come from 22 as the source.  you only need to specify the dest port number unless you have fixed you client to use the 22 as the source.

/Fox
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