We recently asked for an additional range of IP addresses from our ISP as the .248 mask we had prior was not enough. Our ISP have not allocated us another .248 mask on a separate range and routed it down to our router. Can you help in trying to configure our Cisco 800 and Pix 506e to accomodate the natting and routing of this range?
They are on completely different ranges... Is it even possible to setup the cisco 800 router to route two ranges to the pix and for the pix to deal with the natting on both the old .248 and the new .248
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