I do not believe I can do this, but need to ask anyway, I have a set of Pix 515e in Active/Standby, and will have a HA pair of Proxy Servers behind the Pix, directly connected. So I have 2 interfaces on each Pix Inside 2 Inside 3. Inside 2 goes to Proxy 1 and Inside 3 goes to Proxy 2. What you end up with is each proxy has a connection to each of the Pix, for a total of 4 connections.Ideally they would like to bridge Inside 2, to be on the same subnet and share an IP.
If that does not work, I thought I would just set them up as Inside 2 as 192.168.2.10, and then Inside 3 as 192.168.3.10. I would then put routing costs on Inside 2 and Inside 3, with Inside 2 as the main interface, and if it goes down, then try Inside 3.
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