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Cisco PIX 501 and IP Ranges

  I had a question poised to me that I am not sure of since I have never had to do it with a 501.

This client would like to have two different IP Subnets on a PIX 501 unit.
Then run two seperate DHCP Pools to the client side?
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No can do with the 501.
With at least a 506 you can do vlan virtual interfaces and set up different dhcp scopes for each interface.

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