I have 64 IP addresses from my ISP, I will call that 220.127.116.11-8 (for easibility)
I have 2 web servers, 1 email, 1 citrix, and 1 dns server that need their own individual "outside" IP addresses; i'll call them 18.104.22.168-11
In my instance, I have a T1 line coming into a Cisco 2600, with T1 WIC, and that is going to the PIX "outside" interface.
I want to use 22.214.171.124 as web server #1's outside IP, I also want this traffic filtered.
So 126.96.36.199(outside) should goto 188.8.131.52(inside) and only allow port 80, and 443.
I want to use the second web server's outside IP in the same fashion, as well as the mail, citrix, and dns servers.
So i'll basically be getting;
184.108.40.206(outside) to 220.127.116.11(inside)
18.104.22.168(outside) to 22.214.171.124(inside)
126.96.36.199(outside) to 188.8.131.52(inside)
184.108.40.206(outside) to 220.127.116.11(inside)
18.104.22.168(outside) to 22.214.171.124(inside)
What is the best-practice for doing a setup like this?
A sample config for the PIX is what im looking for.
Include acl's, natting statements, etc.