Currently, we have a Cisco 7206 router with 1 FastEthernet interface configured for with an IP from a routable subnet we use. There is another routable block [Class C] that we split into 4 /26 blocks. We want to use 2 of these /26 blocks on the this router.
From the ISP side, routing has been done for these address blocks.
Do I need to have a physical router interface for each block that I want to use?
I tried configuring a loopback int. on the 7206 with an IP from one /26 block with the PIX firewall performing a NAT using IP from the same block but we are unable to access this IP from the Internet.
I am not sure I completely understand your question but you need a separate physical interface in the router for each different network address unless you use secondary addresses to map multiple network addresses to the same interface.
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