I am looking for a sample config of something close to what is described below.
Here is my updated environment:
We have 2 T1's going into 2 1760 routers. We then connect these two routers to a Radware Linkproof device that aggregates both T's into one connection. This is for bandwidth management and load balancing. We want to then take a PIX 515 in put it on the other side of the Radware device.
We will use the PIX 515 for a DMZ as well.
The question I have pertains to the Radware device needing to do the NAT instead of the PIX.
Is this a problem?
Can I configure the PIX to allow for this?
The other part of this scenario is this:
We also have a DSL line coming in that management wants to use only for users to surf the web. We have a PIX 501 for this.
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