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Hi,

I'm trying to configure a Cisco PIX 501 device and I'm having a bit of problems.  

First, BellSouth insists that it's still PPPoE, but with fixed IP's and the range is routed once the username authenticates...

I have a Netopia acting as a bridging device, and I'm fairly certain that the 501 can handle this.  If I connect using only PPPoE, then the connection is up, but when I try to get to the block of IP's, stops at least one hop away.  I've configured NAT, so that I can at least get a ping back from my laptop...

How do I assign the new block of IP's to the CIsco, so that we can get the VPN up.  I'll post the config if needed, but figured I'd keep it short.

TIA,
Carlos.
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Carlos

Post the config and further stress on the problem you are facing. You are saying that PPPOE is working and you want to get a block of IP's working. How big is the block? Do you need to configure servers on the inside of your network and make them reachable by using one of the public IP's assigned by your ISP?

You also mentioned it stops one hop away. Are you trying a traceroute from the inside? if you are, you need to configure certain access lists and place them on the outside interface so that your tracert command works correctly.
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Actually, just configured the BS provided device as router, so that I can assign it the fixed IP's on the network side, while letting the WAN side grab whatever IP BS decided to give me.  Then the pix uses an IP, with the router as the gateway.

Thanks anyways.
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