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I am setting up a pix to pix solution.


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a0080094761.shtml

If you look at the example above you see that the Maui networks only has listed internal ip adresses. Why is that?
A bit confusing.

We are only supposed to type in the lines that are in bald characters right?

Thanks a lot and have a good weekend.  

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>you see that the Maui networks only has listed internal ip adresses. Why is that?
A bit confusing.

Where, exactly, are you seeing that?
Yes, typically only the bold sections refer to the config example and need to be input for the solution. These are only guides, not exact for your situation..

What part of this is confusing to you?
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Looking at the link Maui PIX 01 has an internal adress in the 10.1.1.1 but the external ip adress seems to be in the 192.168. range. This is for internal networks right? I real life the 192.168..1 adress should be something like 213.167.234.23 right?
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You are correct. The 192.168.x.x subnet is in the RFC 1918 range of "private" ip addresses. These are just used in the documentation as examples only...
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Thats what i thought. But i had to make sure. And who better to ask ;-)

Where in the world are you located and what do you do? a bit off topic i know but.
I must say that you are very impressive.
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Thank you! I live in southern USA. I build and troubleshoot global networks for a living..

- Cheers!
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Ok, cheers to you to. If you are  need of a job in norway please give me a call :-)



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