Chapter 4. Setting Up a PIX Firewall

Terms you'll need to understand:

  • Privileged mode

  • Unprivileged mode

  • Configuration mode

  • Monitor mode

  • show xlate

  • clear xlate

  • passwd

  • reload

  • write

  • show version

Techniques you'll need to master:

  • Access modes

  • Default interface names

  • Setting a Telnet password

  • Copying an image from a TFTP server

  • Password recovery

Cisco's Command Line Interface (CLI) is the main tool used to configure the PIX firewall. The CLI is a text-based interface you can connect to using the console port or Telnet. The PIX does have a Web interface, called the PIX Device Manager, which is discussed further in Chapter 13, "IPSec and Virtual Private Networks." This chapter covers some important commands needed to execute, monitor, and back up your PIX configurations.

CSPFA Exam Cram 2 (Exam 642-521)
CCSP CSPFA Exam Cram 2 (Exam Cram 642-521)
ISBN: 0789730235
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
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