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For an IOS-based switch, the command is session slot number processor 1. The following is an example of connecting to the FWSM in slot 8: MSFC# session slot 8 processor 1 The default escape character is Ctrl-^, then x. ' for a list of available commands. FWSM> If you’re using the CatOS, you need to use the session module command to connect to the FWSM in the specified module. The following is an example of connecting to the FWSM in slot 8: Console> session 8 The default escape character is Ctrl-^, then x.

This is useful during troubleshooting. You might want to clear the interface statistics, the ARP table, or the xlate table. You can also use this command to clear the PIX Firewall’s configuration and clear the contents of the flash before installing a new image. 2 of the PIX Firewall operating system: PIX# clear ? arp Change or view the arp table, and set the arp timeout value blocks Show system buffer utilization capture Capture inbound and outbound packets on one or more interfaces flashfs Show, destroy, or preserve filesystem information local-host Display or clear the local host network information logging Clear syslog entries from the internal buffer pager Control page length for pagination passwd Change Telnet console access password shun Manages the filtering of packets from undesired hosts tcpstat Display status of tcp stack and tcp connections traffic Counters for traffic statistics uauth Display or clear current user authorization information xlate Display current translation and connection slot information PIX# clear The clock set Command PIX Firewalls use an internal clock, similar to that on PCs, for a number of purposes.

To allow traffic to flow from one interface to another, you must explicitly define an access list and map that access list to the appropriate interface. Unlike the PIX firewall, traffic from high-security-level interfaces isn’t allowed to flow freely to an interface with a lower security level. By default, access lists are defined as deny any. 0 FWSM(config)# show access-list access-list 1; 1 elements access-list 1 permit ip any any (hitcnt=0) FWSM(config)# show access-group access-group 1 in interface inside FWSM(config)# Using the PIX Firewall CLI Now that you know what the PIX Firewall is and how it works, it’s time to get some hands-on experience with it.

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