Currently we are using public IP's that are ISP assigned. I have used one of the assigned Public IP addresses for the External Interface. My Inside interface is on a Private range (192.168.x.x)
I want to keep the internal on a private IP range.(REASONS are numerous...)
Data Center has provided us with the following
Front End IP Block ---- x.x.x.116/30
Front End GW - -----x.x.x.117
Front End Customer IP -------x.x.x.118
Back End IP Block ------x.x.x.128/26
USEABLE IP -------x.x.x.129 - x.x.x.190
I am thinking that because of this Front-End / Back-End setup & my desire to perform NAT on the inside segment of the pIX, I have to introduce a router into the mix
I have a Cisco 1710 router. I would appreciate some assistance with this setup. Time is not on my side...at all (never is anyway:)
I also have existing VPN tunnels to a number of remote sites terminated on PIX 501 and PIX 515 devices.
The PIX at the Data Center will also translate WEB and SMTP requests to machines on the internal network
Once again I am thinking that with a correctly configured router I should be fine
Thanks for the assistance
JEEGO(AL) in the spirit of the just ended World Cup
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