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Hello all:

    I have a Cisco Pix 506E Firewall setup and is working fine currently.  We have outgrown our DSL connection and have had a T1 installed.  I'm kinda new to this network stuff but I know I can't just unplug it from my DSL modem and plug it into the T1 Router.  In the process of changing over we had only 1 external ip before now I have a block of them  I would like to change the NAT around a little. I have the following services:

FTP
Terminal Services
and normal Internet traffic (web)
and in the future I would like to bring our web site internal instead of being hosted on the net.

I think the NAT just looks at port trafic and sends it to what ever server IP the function is served on.
example FTP:  inbound traffic on port 21 is sent to my ftp server's ip address etc.

I just thought of this.  My new T1 has a Cisco 1700 Series router after the D-mark wouldn't this need to be configured as well?  

I still want every thing to go through the firewall but I would like to have severel different outside Ip's

current static outside IP
000.000.000.001  port 21 nats to 000.000.111.100  - Ftp Server
000.000.000.001  port (Term. services port number can't remember what it is) nats to 000.000.111.101 - Terminal server

I would like to have somehting like
new static outside Ip's
100.000.000.050 port#21 nats to 000.000.111.100 - FTP Server
100.000.000.051 Terminal services port# nats to 000.000.111.101 - Terminal Server
100.000.000.052 WebSite traffice Port# nats to 000.000.111.102 - Web Server

Like I said I'm new to this so any help would be nice and please excuse my ignorance if my thoughts do not match reality.  

Dave

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If the 1700 is being provided by the ISP, then you have a 'managed' circuit.
You won't be able to get access to it.

You'll have to re-configure your WAN port for the new IP address.
I'm not completely sure if the 506E supports multiple WAN IPs.
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Sorry I took so long getting back to this ....   thanks for the help.
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