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Pix and routes

Hi,

have a question about pix and routing to other vlans.

I have a catalyst 3750 behind a pix 525. The catalyst has several vlans configured. The
pix is connected to vlan 110. I need to give an outside user access to another vlan ( vlan 120 ).
How do i get the outside user routed to the other vlan.  

pix 192.168.1.0/24
vlan 110 192.168.1.0/24
vlan 120 192.168.110.0/24
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martyboy
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martyboy
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Firewalls cant route - you need to fire all traffic needing routing to a router (or a layer 3 switch if we are talking VLans)- using the "default route" command
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bloemkool1980Commented:
Ofcourse you PIX can route. Every firewall that I work with can route and my experience on firewalls are netscreen, nokia(checkpoint), PIX, stonegate, Symantec, iptables
The question is what type of access you need for that user. And is you firewall connected with another interface to that VLAN?
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martyboyAuthor Commented:
my inside interface is connected to the vlan switch. On that vlan switch a have 5 different lans configured. Now i need
and source from the outside to connect to my client vlan.

The answer is no, only interface connected to the switch is the inside interface.  After that i need to
route the traffic forward. The thing that i cant figure out is how to route the traffic after i setup the static command.
Maybe this wont work

Pete, the catalyst is a L3 device and is already routing traffic.
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bloemkool1980Commented:
If you placed a static route to the gateway that knows address 192.168.110.0/24 it should work.
Are you sure your switch allows to route traffic on that port to access both vlans?
THe problem is not on your firewall but on your switch
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martyboyAuthor Commented:
Thx bloem!

Actually everything was correct on the switch and pix. My static line on the pix
was wrong. When i reconfigured the static everything worked great.
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lrmooreCommented:
Yes, it will work.
Do you have a static route on the PIX

 route inside 192.168.100.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.x  (X=switch vlan 110 IP address)

Do you have a default on the switch that points to the PIX?
  ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.y  (Y=PIX inside IP)

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bloemkool1980Commented:
Your welcome
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