Subnet translation problem

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Jul 20th, 2007

I have two internet connections here, one is a T1 line connected to a Cisco 2800 series, the other is a DSL line connected to a Cisco 506-E which is used for a webserver and VPN traffic.

When I attempt to translate port 80 to the webserver on the internal network via the PDM, it says that it 'recommends I use X.X.X.0 instead of the full IP for the outside interface on the PIX.

The network is as follows:

IP Range:

IP Subnet:

2800 Series IP:


PIX VPN Pool IP Range:

PIX VPN Pool Subnet:

All the machines are configured to use the 2800 series as the main gateway.

The webserver is using the DSL line on a separate interface (it also uses another interface for network traffic because it hosts files).

I need to forward port 80 as well as a few others to the webserver, but leave its settings untouched.

If we could work a way out how to do this then that would be awesome thank you.

-Mike Jankowski

I have this problem too.
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a-vazquez Thu, 07/26/2007 - 18:54

think there is no problem in IP subnetting. It is looking fine. But first make sure you clean up the sensitive information like Public IP Addresses.

But also I think, if the problem is with a single channel group, you have a potential interface problem and the problem is with the T1 line, or with all channel groups, you have a potential controller problem.

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