I am running Pix version 6.2(2) and I am switching ISP's and need to know all of the changes needed to do this. We have one internal network server running and managing the internal IP's for the network. The PIX has an internal IP number assigned that I assume I will not have to change. What I will have to change is the static IP for the firewall from the new ISP.
Here is what I have tried to change so far which has not allowed the connection to happen
1. IP Address Outside ?changed to the new static IP number provided by the ISP and the new subnet mask.
2. Route Outside ? changed to the new gateway provided by the ISP
I need to know what other items need to be changed in order for this connection to work.
I also do not see where to put in the DNS numbers (if needed) and the manual I have only has one reference, in the mail server information which I do not have a mail server internally.
This is what I would consider the most basic network setup out there; one internal server managing its own IP numbers and a firewall to get to the internet for e-mail and the WWW. This has led to much disappointment at me by me that I cannot figure this out.
The router is different - provided by the new ISP. I am also connecting through a switch.
The only thing I am trying to do is take the cable from the old ISP's router to the new ISP's router. I can also see that there appears to be a connection out because the green connected light is on to the line. When I plug the cable in to the router a green light comes on then shortly changes to a red light for the ethernet line 1 but the connection out light is still green.
Oops. I am connecting right from the router to the PIX sorry for the error there. You are correct about the router interface changing to red. It is also a straight through cable being used to connect the router to the firewall.
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