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Cisco PIX Configuration - One Internal Network (NAT) - One DMZ (IP Unnumbered?)

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Does the Cisco PIX support a DMZ interface that has the same network ID as the outside interface?   I know with routers you were able to make one of the interface "unnumbered" and basically forward IP packets as if any on the other side of the "unnumbered" interface was part of the same network.  I was wondering if the PIX supported this?

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