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How to show access policy and forward policy on Cisco PIX 515E firewall device

I switched a new company with only Cisco PIX 515E as the firewall. I need list the access policy and change a domain name pointing from a web server on DMZ to a web server on LAN zone.

I have many years experiences for using sonic wall and junimper wall. But after I use putty login to the PIX 515E, I don't know how to enable the GUI interface, anybody can help me for the job.

1. list all access rules and NAT rules.
2. change the point to a new server.
3. enable the web interface so that I can manage it through a browser.

thank you for the help.
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after i login to the firewall 515E, I run the command write t, I can see a policy like this one:

"static (DMZ,outside) 209.58.242.157 10.0.3.12 netmask 255.255.255.255 tcp 7000 0"


Is this the policy forwarding http policy from public ip 209.58.242.157 to private ip 10.0.3.12.

if I moved the webserver from DMZ to LAN, can I just change this policy's ip to the new one.

which command do I need use to change, thank yohttps://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/27975801/How-to-show-access-policy-and-forward-policy-on-Cisco-PIX-515E-firewall-device.html#u.
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thank you experts, I really glad to see so many replies even in this biggest long holiday.

I will try the commands here next Wednesday when I go back to work.

Merry Christmas for all experts working here.

thanks.
does "wri rem " has any negative effect on the sysem, do I need backup the configuration file and how to do it? I was gonna to enable the http server.
Got this WARNING message;


pix515e(config)# http server enable
pix515e(config)# http 10.10.4.48 255.255.252.0 inside
WARNING: IP address <10.10.4.48> and netmask <255.255.252.0> inconsistent
pix515e(config)#


Do I need keep goint and "wri rem", thanks.
formely, this public ip was pointed to a web server on DMZ zone, but we want to point the Ip to a server on LAN (behind the firewall), is the command the same?
Hi, Jjerster:

Thank you for your reply, I appreciate your help and advise.

I tried to run the commands you provided, and the result is as follows. After running, I tried to open a browser and input the IP address of 10.10.4.5, but I still couldn't open the web interface, could you please take a look. the only abnormal thing is it gives me IP address and netmask inconsistent warning, I am not sure if it's the reason.


pix515e# config t
pix515e(config)# http server enable
pix515e(config)# http 10.10.4.5 255.255.252.0 inside
WARNING: IP address <10.10.4.5> and netmask <255.255.252.0> inconsistent
pix515e(config)#
pix515e# wri mem
Building configuration...
Cryptochecksum: 62a45e24 1ee2542b fd9611be a2a0da7f

27511 bytes copied in 0.980 secs
[OK]
I downloaded a cisco ASDM v 1.4 version and try to connect to the firewall, but it says invalid username or password, I was wondering where I can reset the password for remote management.

thank you.
ASDM-login.jpg
Got is solved, I installed ASDM and connect to the device.

Thank you very much.