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2 routers 2 pix 1 Win2000

Can any body please help me with this config. What I'm trying do is setup my Win2000 Server (IIS Server) to listen to 2 different PIX, each one setup with different ISP and different IP pointing internal network to the same Win2000. I setup the NIC card to listen to both Gateways but when it listens to one gateway it cannot listen to the other Gateway anymore.

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Re: 2 routers 2 pix 1 Win2000

Without understanding what you are trying to accomplish (inbound load-balancing, outbound load-balancing, redundancy, ???) it is hard to give you a good answer. However, the quick and dirty way to fix this is to put a router in between your server and your firewalls. That way the server only has one default route.

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Re: 2 routers 2 pix 1 Win2000

Basically is for redundancy, both PIX internal IP are in the same private network so I don't think I need a router for this.

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