[c-nsp] PIX question

Ge Moua moua0100 at umn.edu
Fri Jan 9 14:56:15 EST 2009

Could be a routing issue on the pix; do you get any syslog msgs about 
"no route . . . "; traffic could be coming in on the "dmz" interface but 
leaving out the default route to say like the "outside" interface.

If this is indeed the case then create a route statement:
"route <your_ip_addr> dmz"

Ge Moua | Email: moua0100 at umn.edu

Network Design Engineer
University of Minnesota | Networking & Telecommunications Services

chloe K wrote:
> Hi all
>   I enable the http and snmp community in dmz 192 network
>   http server enable
> http dmz
>   snmp-server community aaabbbb
>   but I can't access both (httpd and snmpwalk) in any hosts of network
>   What am I doing wrong?
>   Thank you
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