Need assistance setting up Cisco 506 Pix with Cox Business account

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Kevin, Oct 5, 2005.

  1. Kevin

    Kevin Guest

    I have a Cisco 506 Pix with current IOS loaded. The router is clean ready
    to program as new and is fully enabled.

    Cox has given me a static IP that is supposed to be used to connect to the
    Internet and then a separate /27 block of static IP's which need to be
    routed through the router.

    I had someone that was going to program this for me, but I didn't get the
    exact static IP list quick enough and that person is now on a 2 week
    vacation... I really can't connect anything until the router is programmed.

    I have no real experience with Cisco routers other than doing some minor
    modifications with a access router.

    While the router is fully enabled, I have no need for VPN at this time and
    only need to get a basic configuration created. I've got two inside hosts
    that need to be given access using IP's from the /27 static block and some
    very basic rules (smtp, ftp, ssh etc.. ) for access.

    If there is someone out there that can assist in this endeavor I can pay a
    reasonable fee to get it done. If it means anything, I am in the metro
    Phoenix area.
     
    Kevin, Oct 5, 2005
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  3. Kevin

    Kevin Guest

    .... rest of non-related spam removed

    Sounds like one of the first places that I should put in the router block
    list
    so that we don't need to deal with in the future...
     
    Kevin, Oct 5, 2005
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