LPD over 515 PIX Firewall

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by David Ward, Oct 22, 2003.

  1. David Ward

    David Ward Guest

    Hi,

    I'm trying to pass LPD traffic, port 515 (Print spooler Daemon) over a PIX
    firewall, from the inside interface to the outside interface. Does anyone
    know how this can be done, or is it even possible???

    Please Help

    Thanks


    Dave

     
    David Ward, Oct 22, 2003
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  2. In article <>,
    David Ward <> wrote:
    :I'm trying to pass LPD traffic, port 515 (Print spooler Daemon) over a PIX
    :firewall, from the inside interface to the outside interface. Does anyone
    :know how this can be done, or is it even possible???

    By default, the PIX permits all traffic from inside to outside.
    If your PIX is not permitting the traffic, then someone has configured
    your PIX to block the traffic.

    On the PIX, command show access-group and look for one
    marked as being in interface 'inside'. The value given is the
    name of an access-list: use show access-list followed by that name
    in order to see what restrictions have been set up.

    Note: if your PIX really is a 515 and not a 515E, then there is a
    greater possibility that the configuration is relatively old [in that
    the 515 model was the first available model in the 500 series, so you
    might plausibly have had it for some time]; it might be written in
    terms of 'outbound' instead of access-group . If you can't see an
    access-group, try show outbound

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    Walter Roberson, Oct 22, 2003
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