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hi
i want to use pblic ip 62.68.65.55 to my pc which is after pix firewall  525 i want to use that ip to my pc
i do not want to use static nat
how i can do that

know my pc in VLAN 14 with ip 172.16.14.20 connect to switch 2950 with managment ip 172.16.40.5 then connect to distrbution switch with management ip 172.16.40.1 then connect to core switch then to pix 525 with ip 172.16.100.2
then to router with ip 62.68.65.1


thanks

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Your pix 525 have addition lan interfaces to use real ip on your pix do this


nameif   int3  dmz


ip address dmz  62.68.65.54 <your subnet mask>

your pc lan card and this pix interface should be in same vlan.
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by:nasemabdullaa
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hi
thanks for your reply
>>><your subnet mask>
you mean the subnet for the ip 62.68.65.55

my pc in VLAN 14
how i can put my pc lan  in same vlan of pix
how i can do that my pc after many switch

thnaks
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by:srgilani
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you have to plug your pix DMZ cable to that vlan.

and about subnet yes the subnet mask for 62.68.65.55

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by:nasemabdullaa
ID: 17913432
hi
sorry i do not understand

my pix connect two interface one connect to router and the other to my core switch then 4 distrbution switch connect  to core  and my pc connect to switch 2950 which connect to distrbution then to core then to pix

how i can do that

thanks
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by:srgilani
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your pix have additional interfaces check and connect intf3 of your pix to that switch which have pc you want to give real ip.

first you have to configure intf3 for dmz set it security level 50.

then connect intf3 cable to that switch vlan which have pc attach.

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by:nasemabdullaa
ID: 17913538
hi
thanks for your reply
how i can put security level 50
you mean must i displug my switch 2950 from distrbution switch which is connect to it now and connect to dmz cable
or i add to switch with the cable connect to distrbution switch

thanks
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by:srgilani
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no no dear


let suppose your pc is connected to a switch 2950 we called switch 4.

run a cable from switch 4 and pulg it to intf3 of you pix, by doing this your pc and pix intf3 will be on same switch.
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by:nasemabdullaa
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ok
thanks but how i can put security level 50


thanks
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by:srgilani
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nameif ethernet3 dmz security50


you above command you can do this.
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thanks for all
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