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Changing ISP and need to change settings in Cisco PIX 501

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Hello experts,
The powers that be decided that it would be a good idea to change ISP's, so that will change out Public IP addresses. I need to know what changes to make to the PIX to facilitate that change.  I currently see 4 IP addresses that are setup in the config now:   route outside 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 XXX.XXX.XXX.97 1,  XXX.XXX.XXX.98 for the PIX, and .99 and .100 for two servers.
I have attached a sanitized copy of the working config.  I am a Cisco novice and have only worked with the PDM in the past, so please consider how I can make the commands through the PDM interface.  Thanks!
Also, the new ISP has asked if we want them to perform NAT on their router.  I figured no, but thought I would clarify that.  

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Of course int the access list you need to figure out what port goes to what server. In the access list you use the public addresses of the servers.

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Thank you for your response.  It will probably be 5-6 days before the changeover and when I can enter theses commands.  I'll advise how it goes.
Thanks!
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I'll be here waiting for you :)

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Sorry for the delay.  It is still pending.  Just checking in.  Thanks,

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We'll just wait a little more ;)

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This looks right and it will be another three weeks.  Thanks!
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You're welcome.

Thx for the points and good luck!
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