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PIX Firewall supports a wide range of applications (this section lists applications supported at the time of this writing) As more applications are developed and Cisco continues to collaborate with their vendors, the list of supported applications will grow IP BASED PROTOCOLS AND APPLICATIONS Internet Protocol (IP) Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Generic Route Encapsulation (GRE) Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Domain Name System (DNS) Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Boot Protocol (BOOTP) HyperText Transport Protocol (HTTP) File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) Archie Gopher Telnet NetBIOS over IP (Microsoft Networking) Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) SQLNet (Oracle client/server protocol) Remote Procedure Call (RPC) services (Sun Microsystems) Network File System (NFS) Berkeley Standard Distribution (BSD) - Rcmds MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS NetShow (Microsoft) CU-SeeMe (White Pine Software) RealAudio and RealVideo (Real Networks) StreamWorks (Xing Technology) VDOLive (VDOnet) WebTheater (Vxtreme) Internet Phone (VocalTec) VIDEOCONFERENCING APPLICATIONS NetMeeting (Microsoft) Internet Video Phone (Intel) Meeting Point (White Pine Software)
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provided by a firewall above and beyond access lists on a router or even Cisco's Firewall IOS The PIX Firewall is scalable The license you purchase can be upgraded from 128 sessions all the way to unlimited sessions (technically, 65,536 simultaneous connections), at a cost anywhere from $6,000 $13,000 Table 14-4 gives list prices for the various PIX Firewalls at the time of this writing Table 14-4: PIX Firewall Prices
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The PIX Firewall comes with an internal and external NIC If you have any additional DMZ NICs, you'll have to install them yourself Once you have all your hardware components installed, you're ready to begin the actual installation and setup of PIX Firewall By default, the initial configuration Allows all outbound connections from the internal (private) network to external (public) networks Denies all inbound connections from external networks to the internal network The initial PIX Firewall setup comprises the minimum level of settings required to allow connectivity through the firewall In addition, each network will have its own specific requirements, and thus different configurations These additional "advanced" settings should be done after the initial configuration is completed, and after connectivity is tested and verified at this initial state Some of the advanced settings are listed later in this chapter The initial setup of the PIX Firewall is described next There are two methods you can use to perform the initial installation: the PIX Firewall Setup Wizard, or a terminal emulator
PIX Firewall Setup Wizard
The PIX Firewall Setup Wizard runs on Windows 9x or Windows NT, and offers the familiar Microsoft wizard-style graphical interface for stepping you through initial installation of the PIX Firewall Although called a Wizard, it doesn't do a lot of magic The GUI interface is confusing and not very user friendly Since Cisco is in the process of releasing a new tool that will assist with PIX Firewalls, Cisco Firewall IOS, and Router ACLs, don't bother spending time learning how the PIX Firewall Setup Wizard works Until Cisco releases their new tool to assist with security configurations, we recommend just configuring the PIX Firewall using the command-line interface through a Telnet session
PIX Firewall Setup Using a Terminal Emulator
As with other terminal emulator style connections to Cisco devices, you'll need to set some properties; Table 14-5 lists them Table 14-5: Terminal Emulation Software Properties
Field
Value
Bits Per Second
Data Bits Parity Stop Bits Flow Control
8 None 1 Hardware
When your terminal emulator software is ready to receive data from the PIX Firewall console, power it on As in Cisco Router IOS, there are multiple levels of access When you log into a PIX firewall, you'll be at the user mode, denoted by the > prompt By typing enable (the enable password isn't initially required), you enter the configuration mode, denoted by the # prompt Type configure terminal, and you enter the privileged configuration mode Here is this series of commands: pixfirewall>enable Password: <Enter> pixfirewall#configure terminal pixfirewall(config)# Now your actual configurations can begin
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