Speedtouch static ip address to a cisco 506 pix

Posted on 2010-08-19
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I am trying to configure a speedtouch 546 idsn for static ip addresses in the setup of the speedtouch I go to custom setup and entre the IP address of the router **.131.250.14 and the network address of **.131,250.8 with a subnet mask of which gives me the 5 IP addresses I have been given by the ISP provider, my problem lies in: I want the pix to use the IP address of **.131.250.9 and from the Pix I can ping this address, the speedtouch internal ip address is the default how do I assign the **.131.250.9 in the speedtouch setup to give that ip address to the Pix

thank you in advance for any help
Question by:dances1960
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Istvan Kalmar earned 500 total points
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You need to set to Bridge mode the modem!
And you need to set the PIX to pppoe mode:

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Thank you I got it done

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