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I am going to design perimeter security using cisco pix 515 firewall.
PIX model 515 with 6 interface,IOS 6.1(4) in stateful failover mode.
I will be using this firewall to protect all my 3rd party frame relay connection into the network.
their will not be any connection out to internet.
could anybody supply with some useful resourse.
Can i utilize Outside interface as another DMZ as i am not connecting it to internet.

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Yes, you can use the Outside as just another DMZ no problem. Can you be more specific in what you need help with?


http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/iaabu/pix/pix_sw/v_61/config/index.htm
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Hi,

Thanks, Can i connect one perimter interface to a router having IP address from different subnet.
ex- DMZ interface address is 192.168.10.1 and the connecting router interface is 172.168.17.1

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no. connecting interface must be on same subnet as router interface.
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ok, If that is not possible can i connect 2 router to a single DMZ interface through a Hub and give IP from the same subnet and put different static route for both routers.

ex: dmz IP 192.168.10.1 ,Router1 IP =192.168.10.2 and router2 IP =192.168.10.3

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absolutely, no problem
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