changing security levels on an interface

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    mikebnj

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    I have a setup that was existing and kind of screwed up. The interface which partners come in on is a higher security level than the dmz interface that the servers they talk to is on. consequently they have full access. This setup is very old and is using statics and conduits. This morning I verified all of the necessary conduits were in place, and I changed the security level of the interface. Even though the conduits were present, the inbound traffic was still getting denied. I tried bouncing the interface, but no luck there either. I tried removing and adding back the conduits and no luck there either.... I know that conduits suck, my plan is to fix this first then investigate upgrading and switching over to acls.


    Any suggestions?
     
    mikebnj, Aug 21, 2008
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