Re: Incoming traffic one interface and users outgoing on another
Hi tdeewan, thanks for the reply, I have a Cisco 1760 and I could set policy based routing on it.
This device has 2 serial ports and 2 Ethernet ports; also there are 1 serial and one Ethernet ports free.
The router is connected to the pix using Fast Ethernet 1.
As of now a frame relay connection is configured on one of the serial interfaces and the other Ethernet port is free
The final configuration I was thinking of would be to connect the ADSL connection to the free Ethernet port on the router. Then I could NAT the public IP of the Ethernet port of the ADSL connection to the pix.
There is one problem. I also use this ADSL connection for multiple site to site VPN's
How can I set up the pix so we still have the VPN's, our services to the world use the frame relay connection and internal users use the ADSL connection for internet traffic?
I was thinking on using a secondary IP address on the Outside interface of the pix. I'm a little bit confused whit all this.
I'll appreciate a lot if someone could point me in the right direction to accomplish the following goals:
- Route internal user traffic to the internet using the ADSL connection
- Allow the VPN's connections on the ADSL Connection
- Route Incoming traffic of the frame relay connection to our Internal servers
Frame relay ---- ROUTER ---- PIX --- INTERNAL SERVER
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