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Idle TCP session over Cisco PIX

 
 
Ilan
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      05-17-2005
Hello
A TCP session with no keep-alive (in accordance to rfc1122),
is closed by Cisco PIX firewall (routing mode, NAT).
Increasing "timeout conn" seems problematic.
How Cisco PIX should be cofigured to enable a spesific idle session?
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Walter Roberson
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      05-17-2005
In article <(E-Mail Removed) >,
Ilan <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
:A TCP session with no keep-alive (in accordance to rfc1122),
:is closed by Cisco PIX firewall (routing mode, NAT).
:Increasing "timeout conn" seems problematic.
:How Cisco PIX should be cofigured to enable a spesific idle session?

cross-post, don't multi-post.

See my answers in comp.protocols.tcp-ip or comp.security.firewalls...
both saying "You can't do that... unless maybe you are using 7.0(1)".
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