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PIX 501, Secondary public IP.

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With the PIX 501, is it possible to add a secondary public ip address that i can NAT to second server?
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For simple(ish) tasks i find it much easier to use the PDM (I know many of the experts will poo-poo that idea, but it works).

On the hosts/networks panel you can add multiple hosts with nat translations.

Alternatively somehting like should work:

name 192.168.0.10 serverA
static static (inside,outside) 195.xxx.xxx.xxx serverA netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0

Then allow access.
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