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Cisco 2800 Router bonded T1's and Watchguard Firebox config

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This is a follow up to a question I asked yesterday regarding a Cisco 2800 w/ bonded T1's (new ISP for us). The previous questions was answered correctly, but I'm needing more help.

 When I connect to my new 2800 with just one test workstation via a 3com switch, I can browse the web. When I try to connect my network to the 2800 via my Firebox we cant surf. I have configured the Firebox to use my new address scheme. Basically everything in my new Firebox config is as it was, just with the new IP addresses for each service and NAT (get it?). I have a IP set of 64.181.96.240/29 with the router being .241

Under "Network Configuration" in my Watchguard policy manager I have the Firebox interface as static w/ i.p. address 64.181.96.242/29 and default gateway 64.181.96.241

I was pretty confident this would work but apparently something isn't quite right. Here is a snippet from my Firebox config file:

networking.domain_suffix: g*******y
networking.dynamicip: 0
networking.ethernet.00: eth0 64.181.96.242 64.181.96.240 255.255.255.248 64.181.96.241
networking.ethernet.01: eth1 64.181.96.242 64.181.96.240 255.255.255.248 none
networking.ethernet.02: eth2 64.181.96.242 64.181.96.240 255.255.255.248 none
networking.ethernet.03: eth1:0 10.10.10.5 10.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 none
networking.ethernet.speed.00: auto
networking.ethernet.speed.01: auto
networking.ethernet.speed.02: auto
networking.external: eth0
networking.external.ip_aliases: 64.181.96.243 64.181.96.244 64.181.96.245 64.181.96.246
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