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Add new server with new Ip range

Hi all

I have 3 servers in my dmz,I have to add two more Servers in my DMZ with new Public IP addrss which is different from other server's ip.

Please advice me the solution

Thanks

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Re: Add new server with new Ip range

Hi

If you have one external public subnet with available IPs, then just statically NAT one of the available IPs on the external subnet to a DMZ IP Addr assigned to your server.

How many external connections do you have ?

Mark

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Re: Add new server with new Ip range

Hi

I have two external public subnet ips

and only one external connection.

Can the NAT to the second external IP

Thanks

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Re: Add new server with new Ip range

Yes it can, provided your ISP routes the second public range towards your PIX outside interface. Then all you need to do is NAT to your internal host addresses.

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