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Can the Cisco Firewall PIX 506e be configured to direct outside traffic from port 3879 to a specific

Can the Cisco Firewall PIX 506e be configured to direct outside traffic from port 3879 to a specific IP address on our intranet?

Can the Cisco Firewall PIX 506e be configured to direct outside traffic from port 3879 to a specific IP address on our intranet?
You can do this via static statement and an ACL on the outside interface. The static command creates a permanent mapping (called a static translation slot or "xlate") between a local IP address and a global IP address. Create a static TCP interface and allow port3879 in the ACL.

If you have only one address, you should use access-lists and then map Port 3879 to your Internal Host so that...

any requests for this port get redirected to that server.

This was last published in February 2006

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