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IP Pass through config

We have two public netowrks alongside our private nets for DSL customers. I am looking for ideas on how to pass the public networks through the Pix onto our upstream provider.

Thanks,

Brian

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Re: IP Pass through config

You should be using EBGP to do that. So, If I hear you right you have two DSL networks and want to pass that traffic through your PIX to your ISP.

many ways to do this dependes on the setup etc, - do you have your own AS? How are you peering with your ISP on the upstream?

- You can use BGP to pass through the PIX

- You could use EIGRP to pass through the PIX

- You could use OSPF (6.3) to pass through the PIX

You may just need a single static and not need any routing protocols at all. Depends on how your ISP wants you to connect to them.

-Jeff

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Re: IP Pass through config

Hi,

After some reading, I am assuming that nat 0 is what I would want to use. What still confuses me is whether I can apply acls to the traffic besides the one that determines whicn traffic gets NATed.

Thanks,

Brian

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