Is it possible to configure a Pix 515E with two ports on the 'outside' and two ports on the 'inside' of a network and run OSPF at either side. Because the Pix would see the same network on both it's 'inside' ports with equal cost would it get confused and therefore drop the traffic.
Failing that. Is there a way to get OSPF to report a lower bandwidth on one of the inside interfaces so that the other would be preferred without resorting to route-maps?
Basically I'm trying to get a single pix with lots of interfaces to maximise the bandwidth from the inside network to the outside world without the need to spend any money, or at least get some resilience out of the ports if not bandwidth - It's not my firewall or budget just my problem.
Single 6500 on the outside with GRE tunnels terminating from several remote sources. Then there will be several Pix 515E's connected to a pair of 6500s on the inside. That's why I was looking at two NICs facing outwards and the other 4 NICs split between the two internal 6509's.
Multicast will be the primary incoming traffic.
Pix are currently running 6.3 but will be upgraded to 7.0 if needs be.
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