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How can you map 2 public IP's to 1 internal IP (same as public ip)

During an ip block migration we are looking to have both public blocks usable by the server farm that is behind a pix. The servers are configured with the actual public ip, so that nat is basically just:

nat (inside, outside) public-ip public-ip

The goal is to RE-IP the servers with the NEW block and and have the servers be able to respond to requests that come to either public IP. Can you do this with the PIX? I cant remember for the life of me...

Thanks.

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Re: How can you map 2 public IP's to 1 internal IP (same as publ

I understand that your problem is related to port redirection configuration

Here is a link for port redirection: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/707/28.html

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