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Help PLEASE - Router Issue - 28.May2010 5:52:11 AM   
swanseahost

 

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Hi there,

I am new here so if I have missed something please excuse me. We have a cisco pix with a public IP of 194.xx.xx.241 - 194.xx.xx.254 on subnet 255.255.255.240. We are replacing the cisco pix with a watchgaurd xtm 505.

Network setup
Cisco Pix 194.xx.xx.243/28 External
Cisco Pix 192.168.93.254/24 Internal

ISA
192.168.94.x/24 Internal
192.168.93.1 - 5 /24 External

We have setup the Watchagurd EXACTLY the same as the Cisco Pix, took out the pix and connected to the internet. All outbound was ok but inbound was not working.

I monitored port 25 on the watchguard and it allowed the traffic in and passed it onto the ISA server on 192.168.93.2 so I know the watchguard is working 100% until it gets to ISA.

I have tried re-starting the services for ISA but this still does not work. Would you suggest the following :

1) Emulate the MAC address for the Cisco onto the Watchguard
2) Reboot the ISA Server

Any help would be great and appreciated.

Thanks
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RE: Help PLEASE - Router Issue - 12.Jun.2010 7:39:57 PM   
paulo.oliveira

 

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Hi,

what does ISA logs tells you?

Regards,
Paulo Oliveira.

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RE: Help PLEASE - Router Issue - 14.Jun.2010 5:41:26 PM   
pwindell

 

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If you did not change anything on the ISA,...then nothing is wrong with the ISA,...leave the ISA alone.

The problem is on the WG.  Just because it seems to be sending the traffic back to the ISA does not mean it has not screwed the traffic up while it was doing it.

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