Additional Class C Needed

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rrbleeker Wed, 10/03/2001 - 09:06
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Yes, you can map to another class C network, but you cannot have the PIX configured with a secondary IP address on the interface. This means that you require a router to perform the routing between the PIX and the new network.

So to recap, I have statics and conduits from every real address to an internal address. Now I want to add another class, and create statics and conduits to additional addresses inside. So when I add addresses from the second Class C, isn't the PIX going to reject it saying "not in same subnet as outside interface"?



mikgriff Tue, 10/09/2001 - 17:00
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No, it will not the pix knows nothing about routing. Only that it has statics...and what is mapped to them.


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