This is not ans of my question. i know that which protol support that. remember my question is if all router are running EIGRP then pix is connect router by static router then server can communicate each other ??.
or need to change router and pix running ospf or need to each router redistribute.
I can't really tell what your question is, but the pix doesn't need to run a routing protocol if it default routes to your router ( and the server default routes to it). You would just need some way of making your routing network know about those networks - you could run ospf on the pix and have it done that way, or static route from your router to the pix and then redistribute your static routes into ospf.
Thanks to all. For eassy understand all i clear my ques.
-----now all of of my router running static route and pix to router default route. Now If I change all router to run EIGRP/OSPF then also need to run EIGRP/OSPF my pix ? or only default route can continue. just this -----
Now I think understand my question.. so pls help to clear this issue
I *think* what you are asking is can you run dynamic routing through the PIX.
If this is the case, then you will need to setup an IPSEC VPN tunnel between the two PIX devices. Then create another GRE tunnel between the two Routers, running inside the IPSEC tunnel. Then the routers will see each other as if on a point-2-point connection, over which your routing protocols will communicate happily.
As long as the two routers can communicate via broadcast traffic, or through other routers then yes this will work. In fact you could run OSPF dynamic routing thoughout. However the trafic would be unencrypted.
If however the routers are connected to the internet, then you would need to use an exteral routing protocol such as BGP, which is where my knowledge falls down.
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