How to route 5 static IP's over a cisco network.
Posted on 2006-05-24
Because of the expert knowledg on this forum, I recently got my first Cisco network to route :). My question now is: I currently have a block of 5 static IP's. How do I get my 2620 router to recognize the IP's and pass them to the Firewall so it can filter them. Once filtered have it pass them to the appropriate machine.
Public IP range: 71.X.X.185 - 71.X.X.189
Public Interface on 2620 gets 17.X.X.190 every time it negotiates with my ISP.
Internal Web Server IP: 10.197.11.10
Internal Mail Server IP: 10.197.11.11
My current setup is as follows: (71.X.X.190:Public interface) Cisco 2620 (192.168.9.1: internal interface) --> (192.168.9.2:external interface) PIX (10.197.11.10: internal interface) --> 10.197.11.0/24 network.
How I would like this setup is: I want 71.X.X.189 to be pointed to my webserver, 71.X.X.188 pointed to the mail server. IP's 185-187 just NATed out. If possible I would like to stay away from DMZ, and just forward the ports that are needed. I want the 2620 to just pass all incomming IP requests to the PIX and have it forward the approprate ports.
Thank you again for all of your help all!