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How to assign several VLANs to transparent PIX using command-line

I need help in assigning two inside and two corresponding outside VLANs to our PIX 525 running 7.06 code. I cannot find a good link on the Cisco website or sample configs.

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Re: How to assign several VLANs to transparent PIX using command

Basically you can only have one inside and one outside interface. Take a look at the following documentation:

-- Transparent Mode Overview:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080450b68.html#wp1201980

"The transparent security appliance uses an inside interface and an outside interface only. If your platform includes a dedicated management interface, you can also configure the management interface or subinterface for management traffic only.

In single mode, you can only use two data interfaces (and the dedicated management interface, if available) even if your security appliance includes more than two interfaces."

Hope that this helps!

Best regards,

~federico.

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Re: How to assign several VLANs to transparent PIX using command

Basically you can only have one inside and one outside interface. Take a look at the following documentation:

-- Transparent Mode Overview:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080450b68.html#wp1201980

"The transparent security appliance uses an inside interface and an outside interface only. If your platform includes a dedicated management interface, you can also configure the management interface or subinterface for management traffic only.

In single mode, you can only use two data interfaces (and the dedicated management interface, if available) even if your security appliance includes more than two interfaces."

Hope that this helps!

Best regards,

~federico.

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