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1 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall Titlepage Supports Management Module SM-CIS1011 Device Management

2 Copyright Notice Document Copyright 2002-present by Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States government is subject to the restrictions set forth in DFARS (c)(1)(ii) and FAR Liability Disclaimer Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. ( Aprisma ) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice. In all cases, the reader should contact Aprisma to inquire if any changes have been made. The hardware, firmware, or software described in this manual is subject to change without notice. IN NO EVENT SHALL APRISMA, ITS EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS, OR AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS MANUAL OR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT, EVEN IF APRISMA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF, HAS KNOWN, OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Trademark, Service Mark, and Logo Information SPECTRUM, IMT, and the SPECTRUM IMT/VNM logo are registered trademarks of Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., or its affiliates. APRISMA, APRISMA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES, the APRISMA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES logo, MANAGE WHAT MATTERS, DCM, VNM, SpectroGRAPH, SpectroSERVER, Inductive Modeling Technology, Device Communications Manager, SPECTRUM Security Manager, and Virtual Network Machine are unregistered trademarks of Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., or its affiliates. For a complete list of Aprisma trademarks, service marks, and trade names, go to All referenced trademarks, service marks, and trade names identified in this document, whether registered or unregistered, are the intellectual property of their respective owners. No rights are granted by Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., to use such marks, whether by implication, estoppel, or otherwise. If you have comments or concerns about trademark or copyright references, please send an to we will do our best to help. Restricted Rights Notice (Applicable to licenses to the United States government only.) This software and/or user documentation is/are provided with RESTRICTED AND LIMITED RIGHTS. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the government is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR (June 1987) Alternate III(g)(3) (June 1987), FAR (June 1987), or DFARS (c)(1)(ii) (June 1988), and/or in similar or successor clauses in the FAR or DFARS, or in the DOD or NASA FAR Supplement, as applicable. Contractor/manufacturer is Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. In the event the government seeks to obtain the software pursuant to standard commercial practice, this software agreement, instead of the noted regulatory clauses, shall control the terms of the government's license. Virus Disclaimer Aprisma makes no representations or warranties to the effect that the licensed software is virus-free. Aprisma has tested its software with current virus-checking technologies. However, because no antivirus system is 100 percent effective, we strongly recommend that you write-protect the licensed software and verify (with an antivirus system in which you have confidence) that the licensed software, prior to installation, is virus-free. Contact Information Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. 273 Corporate Drive Portsmouth, NH Phone: U.S. toll-free: Web site: Device Management Page 2 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

3 Contents INTRODUCTION 4 Purpose and Scope...4 Required Reading...4 Supported Devices...5 The SPECTRUM Model...5 TASKS 7 DEVICE VIEW 8 Interface Icons...9 Interface Icon Subviews Menu...10 Interface Status View...10 Secondary Address Panel...11 DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEW 12 Interface Icons...13 Interface Icon Subviews Menu...14 Interface Status View...14 Secondary Address Panel...15 Common Applications Device-Specific Applications PERFORMANCE VIEWS 21 Device Performance View Port Performance View CONFIGURATION VIEWS 23 Device Configuration View Interface Configuration View SYSLOG TRAP SUPPORT 25 MODEL INFORMATION VIEW 26 INDEX 27 CISCOVIEW 16 APPLICATION VIEWS 18 Main Application View...18 Supported Applications...19 Device Management Page 3 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

4 Introduction This section introduces the SPECTRUM Device Management documentation for the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall devices. This introduction contains the following topics: Purpose and Scope Required Reading Supported Devices (Page 5) The SPECTRUM Model (Page 5) Purpose and Scope Use this document as a guide for managing the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall devices described on Page 5 with SPECTRUM management module SM-CIS1011. This document describes the icons, menus, and views that enable you to remotely monitor, configure, and troubleshoot Cisco PIX devices through software models in your SPECTRUM database. Information specific to SM-CIS1011 is what is primarily included in this document. For general information about device management using SPECTRUM and explanations of SPECTRUM functionality and navigation techniques, refer to the topics listed under Required Reading. Required Reading To use this documentation effectively, you must be familiar with the information covered by the other SPECTRUM online documents listed below. Getting Started with SPECTRUM for Operators Getting Started with SPECTRUM for Administrators How to Manage Your Network with SPECTRUM SPECTRUM Views SPECTRUM Menus SPECTRUM Icons SPECTRUM Software Release Notice Device Management Page 4 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

5 Supported Devices SPECTRUM management module SM-CIS1011 provides support for the following devices in the Cisco PIX 500 series family: Cisco PIX 501 Firewall Cisco PIX 506 Firewall Cisco PIX 515 Firewall Cisco PIX 520 Firewall Cisco PIX 525 Firewall Cisco PIX 535 Firewall These Cisco PIX security appliances provide enterprise-class integrated network security services to create multilayered defense for fastchanging network environments. This series offers a wide range of solutions including compact plug-and-play appliances for small and home offices and modular carrier-class gigabit appliances for enterprise and service-provider environments. The SPECTRUM Model The model type for the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall devices is CisPIXDev. Modeling results in the creation of Device icons that represent the devices and Application icons that represent their supported applications. The Device icons contain double-click zones and provide access to Icon Subviews menus that let you perform device management activities such as those listed in Tasks on Page 7. As Figure 1 shows, the appearance of the Device icons varies slightly depending on the kind of view it appears in. Model Name PIX FireWall Figure 1: Large Device icon appears in Device Topology, Location, and Device Interface views. Device Icons Small Device icon appears in Topology and Application views Model Name PIX Firewall Device Management Page 5 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

6 The device-specific Icon Subviews menu options available from the Device icon are listed below. Option Fault Management Accesses the... Fault Management View, which is described in the How to Manage Your Network with SPECTRUM documentation. Device View Device View (Page 8) Device Topology Device Topology View (Page 12) Application Application Views (Page 18) Configuration Performance Views (Page 21) Model Information Model Information View (Page 26) The rest of this document covering the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall management module is organized as follows. Tasks (Page 7) Device View (Page 8) Device Topology View (Page 12) Application Views (Page 18) Performance Views (Page 21) Model Information View (Page 26) Device Management Page 6 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

7 Tasks This section contains an alphabetical list of device management tasks, with each task providing one or more links to views that let you perform the task. Administrative Information (check) Model Information View (Page 26) Alarm Thresholds (set) Interface Icon Subviews Menu (Page 14) Configuration Information (check) Performance Views (Page 21) IP Address (find/change) Device View (Page 8) Secondary Address Panel (Page 15) Performance (check) Device View (Page 8) Interface Icons (Page 13) Topology (check) Device View (Page 8) Device Management Page 7 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

8 Device View This section describes the Device view and subviews available for models of Cisco Secure PIx Firewall devices in SPECTRUM. Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Device. This view (Figure 2) uses icons and labels to represent the device and its components, such as modules, ports, and applications. The view provides dynamic configuration and performance information for each of the device s serial and network I/O ports, which are represented by Interface icons in the bottom panel of the view. The middle panel of the view displays a Device icon, which lets you monitor the device operation and access other device-specific views. Figure 2: Device View SpectroGRAPH: Router Device: Model Name File View Tools Bookmarks Help Model Name Contact Description Location Model Name PIX_Firewall 1 ON Ethernet ei0 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 2 ON ATM CPU Network Address Primary Application Gen Bridge App Filter Physical Interface Description Device Icon 3 ON 4 ATM 7B2 Sys Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Interface Options Panel ATM 8B3 ON 5 ON SFTWARLPBK lo0 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 6 ON ATM port CPU.1 7 ON ATM 7B3 8 ON ATM 8B4 9 ON ATM8023 zn1 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 512 ON AAL5 UAAL5 10 ON ATM 7A1 ON ATM 7B ON ATM 8B1 ON ATM 8B2 Interface Icons Model Name of type CiscoPIXFirewall of Landscape node: Primary Device Management Page 8 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

9 Interface Icons Figure 3 shows a close-up of an Interface icon from the Device view. Most of the informational labels on the icon also provide double-click access to other views, as explained in the following label descriptions. Figure 3: a Interface Icon b Interface Number Label This label displays the interface (port) number. IF Status Label This label displays the current status of the interface for the primary application selected, e.g., Gen Rtr App or MIB-II App. Table 1 lists the possible label color representations. Note that the color of the label also depends on the interface s current Administrative Status, which you set in the Interface Status View (Page 10). This view can be accessed by double-clicking the label. a b c d e f 1 ON Table 1: Interface Status Label Colors ethernet c fxp0 d Operational Administrative Label Color Status Status Text 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 e f Green up up ON Interface Number Label IF Status Label Interface Type Label Network Type Label Physical Address Label IP Address Label Blue down down OFF Yellow down up OFF Red testing testing TEST Interface Type Label This label identifies the interface type (Ethernet, ATM, etc.). Double-click this label to access the Interface Configuration View (Page 24). Device Management Page 9 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

10 Network Type Label This label identifies the type of network to which the interface is connected. Double-click the label to open the Model Information view for the interface. Physical Address Label This label displays the physical (MAC) address of the interface. Double-click this label to open the IF Address Translation Table. IP Address Label This label displays the IP address for the interface. Double-click this label to open the Secondary Address Panel (Page 11), which lets you change the address and mask for the interface. Interface Icon Subviews Menu Table 2 lists the device-specific interface Icon Subviews menu options and the views to which they provide access. Detail Table 2: Option Interface Icon Subviews Menu Accesses the... Interface Detail view, which displays packet, error, and discard breakdown statistics for the interface. IF Status Interface Status View (Page 10). IF Configuration Interface Configuration View (Page 24). IF Address Translation Table Secondary Address Panel Thresholds Model Information Interface Address Translation Table, which identifies the physical and network address for the interface. Secondary Address Panel (Page 11). Interface Threshold view, which lets you set the on/off alarm thresholds for load, packet rate, error rate, and % discarded for the interface. Model Information View (Page 26). Interface Status View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface icon in the Device view, select IF Status. This view provides information on the operational status of the interface and allows you to enable or disable the port. Device Management Page 10 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

11 Operational Status The current state of the interface (Up, Down, Unknown, Dormant, Not Present, Lower Layer Down, or Testing). Administrative Status This button allows you to select the desired administrative state of the interface (On, Off, or Testing). Secondary Address Panel Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface icon in the Device view, select Secondary Address Panel. This panel provides a table of IP addresses and masks obtained from the Address Translation table within the device s firmware. You can change the current address displayed in the IP Address field by selecting an entry from the table in this panel and clicking the Update button. Device Management Page 11 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

12 Device Topology View This section describes the Device Topology view available for models of the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall devices. Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Device Topology. The Device Topology view (Figure 4) shows the connections between a modeled device and other network entities. The lower panel of the view uses Interface icons to represent the device s serial, network, and I/O ports. These icons provide the same information and menu options as those in the Device View (Page 8). If a device is connected to a particular interface, a Device icon appears on the vertical bar above the Interface icon along with an icon representing the network group that contains the device. Refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation for details on Device Topology view. Figure 4: Device Topology View SpectroGRAPH: Device Topology: Model Name File View Tools Bookmarks Help Graphic of Cisco Device Model Name Pix Firewall 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON Ethernet ei0 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 ATM A2 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 ATM CPU 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 Model Name of type Model Type of Landscape node: Primary Device Management Page 12 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

13 Interface Icons Figure 5 shows a close-up of an Interface icon from the Device view. Most of the informational labels on the icon also provide double-click access to other views, as explained in the following label descriptions. Figure 5: a Interface Icon b Interface Number Label This label displays the interface (port) number. IF Status Label This label displays the current status of the interface for the primary application selected, e.g., Gen Rtr App or MIB-II App. Table 3 lists the possible label color representations. Note that the color of the label also depends on the interface s current Administrative Status, which you set in the Interface Status View (Page 14). This view can be accessed by double-clicking the label. a b c d e f 1 ON Table 3: Interface Status Label Colors ethernet c fxp0 d Operational Administrative Label Color Status Status Text 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 e f Green up up ON Interface Number Label IF Status Label Interface Type Label Network Type Label Physical Address Label IP Address Label Blue down down OFF Yellow down up OFF Red testing testing TEST Interface Type Label This label identifies the interface type (Ethernet, ATM, etc.). Double-click this label to access the Interface Configuration View (Page 24). Device Management Page 13 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

14 Network Type Label This label identifies the type of network to which the interface is connected. Double-click the label to open the Model Information view for the interface. Physical Address Label This label displays the physical (MAC) address of the interface. Double-click this label to open the IF Address Translation Table. IP Address Label This label displays the IP address for the interface. Double-click this label to open the Secondary Address Panel (Page 15), which lets you change the address and mask for the interface. Interface Icon Subviews Menu Table 4 lists the device-specific interface Icon Subviews menu options and the views to which they provide access. Detail Table 4: Option Interface Icon Subviews Menu Accesses the... Interface Detail view, which displays packet, error, and discard breakdown statistics for the interface. IF Status Interface Status View (Page 14). IF Configuration Interface Configuration View (Page 24). IF Address Translation Table Secondary Address Panel Thresholds Model Information Interface Address Translation Table, which identifies the physical and network address for the interface. Secondary Address Panel (Page 15). Interface Threshold view, which lets you set the on/off alarm thresholds for load, packet rate, error rate, and % discarded for the interface. Model Information View (Page 26). Interface Status View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface icon in the Device Topology view, select IF Status. This view provides information on the operational status of the interface and allows you to enable or disable the port. Device Management Page 14 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

15 Operational Status The current state of the interface (Up, Down, Unknown, Dormant, Not Present, Lower Layer Down, or Testing). Administrative Status This button allows you to select the desired administrative state of the interface (On, Off, or Testing). Secondary Address Panel Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface icon in the Device Topology view, select Secondary Address Panel. This panel provides a table of IP addresses and masks obtained from the Address Translation table within the device s firmware. You can change the current address displayed in the IP Address field by selecting an entry from the table in this panel and clicking the Update button. Device Management Page 15 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

16 CiscoView This section describes how to access Cisco s CiscoView management software from SPECTRUM. CiscoView is management software specific to Cisco Routers. The Cisco Secure PIX Firewall model type provides a menu option from the Device icon that is used to launch CiscoView. In order for this menu option to function you must update your.profile file to map this menu selection to where CiscoView is located on your system. For HP-UX and Solaris Add the following information to the /opt/spectrum/spectrum60.env file: 1 #CiscoView export CVIEW =<path_to_ciscoview> For Windows NT and Window From the Start>Run window, type regedit (registry editor) 2 Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>SOFTWARE> Aprisma Management Technologies> Spectrum60> Environment 3 Choose Edit>New>String Value 4 Type CVIEW for the name, and <path_to_ciscoview> as the string value. Device Management Page 16 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

17 Note: CiscoView 3.0 will appear as Cisco View on your device menu after the above steps have been followed. This should not be confused with CiscoView, which denotes the CiscoWorks 2000 CiscoView. The CiscoWorks 2000 menu picks will only appear in the device menu if the SPECTRUM Adapter script has been run. See the CiscoWorks 2000 documentation for further information. Device Management Page 17 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

18 Application Views This section describes the main Application view and the associated application-specific subviews available for models of Cisco Secure PIX Firewall devices in SPECTRUM. Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Application. Main Application View When a device model is created, SPECTRUM automatically creates models for each of the major and minor applications supported by the device. The main Application view identifies all of these application models, shows their current condition status, and provides access to application-specific subviews. Figure 6 shows this view in the Icon mode. If you prefer the List mode, which displays applications as text labels, select View > Mode > List. For more information on this view, refer to the MIBs and the Application View documentation. Figure 6: Main Application View SpectroGRAPH: Application: Model Name File View Tools Bookmarks Help Model Name Contact Description Location Network Address System Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Model Name Model 6E132_25 Type Model Name of type <model type> of Landscape node: Primary Device Management Page 18 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

19 Supported Applications SPECTRUM s applications can be grouped within two general categories as follows: Common Applications, below Device-Specific Applications (Page 20) Common Applications For the most part, these applications represent the non proprietary MIBs supported by your device. Listed below (beneath the title of the document that describes them) are some of the common applications currently supported by SPECTRUM. Note: The documents listed are available for viewing at: Bridging Applications - Spanning Tree - Static - Transparent - PPP Bridging - Source Routing - Translation Routing Applications - Generic Routing - Repeater - AppleTalk - DECnet - Open Shortest Path First MIB II Applications - SNMP - IP - ICMP - TCP - System2 - UDP Transmission Applications - FDDI - Point to Point - DS1 - DS3 - RS WAN - Frame Relay - Token Ring - Ethernet - Fast Ethernet - rfc1317app - rfc1285app - rfc1315app Device Management Page 19 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

20 App - SONET Technology Applications - APPN - ATM Client - DHCP - PNNI - rfc1316app - DLSw Device-Specific Applications SPECTRUM imports the following device-level proprietary MIBs into its database: CISCO-FIREWALL-MIB-V1SMI.my CISCO-MEMORY-POOL-MIB.my CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB-V1SMI.my RFC1213-MIB.my These MIBs can be used in conjunction with SPECTRUM s optional customization products (referred to as the Level I Tool Kits) to create application models and views that display the condition of selected MIB objects. Note: Aprisma Management Technologies can provide training, technical assistance, and custom engineering support services for creating application models and their associated views. Device Management Page 20 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

21 Performance Views This section provides brief descriptions of the Performance views available for the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall devices in SPECTRUM. Performance views display performance statistics in terms of a set of transmission attributes, e.g., cell rates, frame rates, % error, etc. A typical view is shown in Figure 7. The instantaneous condition of each transmission attribute is recorded in a graph. The statistical information for each attribute is presented in the adjacent table. Figure 7: Performance View SpectroGRAPH: IP Addreess File View Tools Bookmarks Model Name Contact Description Location Network Address Primary Application System Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Generally, you determine performance at the device level through Performance views accessed from the Device and Application icons. You determine performance at the port/interface level through Performance views accessed from Interface icons. 0:40:0 0:30:0 0:20:0 Value Average Peak Value Log * Frame Rate % Delivered % Forwarded % Transmit % Error % Discarded 0 *Frames per second Graph Properties Scroll to Date-Time Detail For more information on Performance views, refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation. type routing of type IP Routing of Landscape node: Primary The following paragraphs list the performance attributes displayed for each Performance view supported by this management module. Device Management Page 21 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

22 Device Performance View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Performance. Current and historical frame transmission information is provided via the following attributes. Frame Rate % Received % Transmit % Error % Discarded Port Performance View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device Interface icon, select Performance. Current and historical packet transmission information is provided via the following attributes. Load Packet Rate % Error % Discarded Device Management Page 22 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

23 Configuration Views This section describes the various Configuration views available for models of the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall devices in SPECTRUM. Configuration views let you view and modify current settings for the modeled device and its interfaces, ports, and applications. The following Configuration views are available for models of Cisco PIX devices: Device Configuration View (Page 23) Interface Configuration View (Page 24) Figure 8: File View Tools Bookmarks Model Name Contact Description Location Device Configuration View SpectroGRAPH: Model Name Device Configuration View Network Address Primary Application System Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Help Device Configuration View Sort Find Update Interface Configuration Table Print Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Configuration. This view (Figure 8) provides status and configuration information about the device as a whole as well as on a port-by-port basis. Fields and column headings within the Device Configuration view and its subviews are explained in detail in the SPECTRUM Views documentation. Index Type Physical Address Max Frame Size Operational Status Model Name of type PIX Firewall of Landscape node: Primary Device Management Page 23 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

24 Interface Configuration View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for an Interface icon in the Device Topology view, select IF Configuration. This view provides the following information for the selected interface: Operation Status The current operational state of the interface (Up, Down, Unknown, Dormant, Not Present, or Lower Layer Down). do not vary in bandwidth, or no accurate estimate can be made, a nominal bandwidth is provided. Packet Size The largest packet that can be transmitted or received by the port, displayed in octets. Queue Length The length of the outbound packet queue, in packets. Admin. Status The desired operational state of the interface (up, down, or testing). Last Change The System UpTime value when the interface entered its current operational state. IP Address/Network Mask This window provides a list of the user-defined names and IP addresses for the interface. Physical Address The Ethernet (MAC) address of the interface. Bandwidth The estimated bandwidth of the interface, measured in bits per second. For interfaces that Device Management Page 24 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

25 Syslog Trap Support This section describes the Syslog Trap Support available for the Cisco PIX Secure Firewall. The System Message Log (syslog) protocol is used to send text messages from a Cisco PIX Secure Firewall to the Network Management Software. These messages are sent to the SPECTRUM Event Manager as SNMP traps. For more information about syslog trap support and the Cisco Syslog Application (CiscSysLogApp), see the Cisco Applications (5127) guide. Note: This management module supports the system error messages for the Cisco IOS Release 12.1 T. Note: The URL d/doc/product/iaabu/pix is a link to more information about Cisco Pix syslog messages including a list of facility codes and of error messages with their corresponding recommended actions. Device Management Page 25 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

26 Model Information View This section provides a brief overview of the Model Information view. This view displays administrative information about the device and its applications and lets you set thresholds and alarm severity for the device. Figure 9 shows a sample Model Information view. The layout of this view is the same for all model types in SPECTRUM but some information will vary depending on the model it defines. Refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation for a complete description of this view. Model Name Contact Description Location Figure 9: File View Tools Bookmarks Model Information View SpectroGRAPH: Model Name Model Information View Network Address Primary Application System Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Help General Information MM Name MM Part Number MM Version Number Model Type Model Creation Time Model Created By Model State Security String Condition Condition Value Contact Status Lost Child Count Value When Yellow Value When Orange Value When Red Communication Information DCM TimeOut DCM Retry Community Name Poll/Log Information Poll Interval Polling Status Last Successful Poll Log Ratio LOGGED POLLED type Model Type of Landscape: Primary Device Management Page 26 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

27 28 Index A Address Interface IP 10, 14 Physical (MAC) 10, 14 Translation 11, 15 Admin Status 9, 13, 24 Applications 18 B Bandwidth 24 C Cisco Applications (5127) guide 25 Cisco Syslog Application 25 CiscSysLogApp 25 Configuration Device 23 Interface 24 D DevTop Views 8 Documentation 4 H Hardware 5 I Icons Device 5 Interface 9, 13 Interface Status 10, 14 Type, Device 9, 13 IP Address/Network Mask 24 L Last Change 24 M Management Tasks 7 Mask 11, 15 Model Information 26 Types of 5 N Network I/O ports 12 Network Type 10, 14 O Operation Status 24 P Packet Size 24 Performance Statistics 21 Physical Address 24 Port Number, Device 9, 13 Q Queue Length 24 Device Management Page 27 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall

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