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Pix 501 outbound lockdown

Posted on 2011-03-25
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Hello,
I am a novice with using the pix.  I understand how to create access list to port forward and block traffic coming into the pix box.  Is there anyway to port forward or block access via access lists or other for traffic leaving the pix box ?
John
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The same way: you create an access list and apply it to an interface. Only is this case you apply it to the inside interface.
One thing to remember, accesslists are always for traffic going INto the interface.
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You can also apply an access list going out an interface, but normally that is not recommended on a PIX/ASA.
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