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  • Anyone got a Cisco PIX?

    If you have then please help. I want to be able to 'see' our external IP addresses from the internal interface... but when you try to say ping then you get request timed out.

    Has anyone done this? Is it possible?

    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Anyone got a Cisco PIX?

    Hi Tonyyeb,

    Do you have a command that looks like this in your conf?

    icmp deny "host/network" echo inside

    or

    Do you have an ACL that prohibits ICMP?

    I have worked alot with Pix's if you want to mail me your conf, (without security sensitive info) I'll see what I can do to help you out.
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      Re: Anyone got a Cisco PIX?

      Hi craig, don't know if you've misnderstood what I'm after but I don't have any icmp denys.

      I did find what I needed which was a command called alias, but it doesnlt work with the pdm so I went onto bidirectional natting.... but that went over my head...

      so now I've created another dns zone inside which is a duplicate of our public zone, but has the internal addresses of our network.

      thanks for the reply though, I appreciate it.
      Server 2000 MCP
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