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Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

Hi,

i need to switch the configuration of a physical network interface to a virtual subinterface and one the same physical, can someone tell me how to keep the same nameif and the same ip address. See what i want to do :

CURRENT CONF :

HW_ID NAMEIF IP

Ethernet1 DMZ 192.168.0.1

WHAT I WANT :

HW_ID nameif IP

Ethernet1 Physical_DMZ No ip address

+ SUB_ID nameif IP

ethernet1.2 DMZ 192.168.0.1

I just want to move a physical to virtual to let me create other one virtual interfaces after.

Regards Thanks and sorry for my poor english

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New Member

Re: Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

Nobody to help me ??

If you need more information !!

Re: Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

sub-interfaces means VLANs, so the switch connected to the DMZ interface would need to be re-configured as an 802.1q trunk, trunking the VLANs you then assign to the sub-interfaces.

To convert, remove the IP from the physical interface and create the sub-interface. Note the VLAN command.

interface gigabitethernet0/1

no ip address 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.0

interface gigabitethernet0/1.1

vlan 101

nameif dmz1

security-level 50

ip address 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.0

no shutdown

New Member

Re: Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

thank you for your help but do i need to do that only with CLI ??

i'd like to know if hosts, networks and all my rules will be automatically applied on the new sub-interface which will have the nameif and the same IP.

Re: Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

Sorry, I only ever use CLI.

Re: Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

I would expect hosts and object-groups to be retained but you will probably need to reapply ACL, NAT and static routes.

New Member

Re: Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

thank you for your reply,

but is there any relation between hosts and groups with the interface they belong, when i read the configuration i don't see any ASDM location or PDM as before so when i create a host by CLI, how do the PIX affect this one to an interface ?

Re: Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

ASDM and PDM location are calculated and added to the config automatically when you start ADSM/PDM. You can remove them from the config, and it will just recreate them next time.

Hosts and object-groups in CLI are not tied to any interface but I think also ASDM/PDM calculates the interface from looking at the routing table.

So no worries.

New Member

Re: Move Interface Configuration 525 V7

ok Grant thanks for your help !!

I think i will do it on next saturday is it possible to exchange by email what i have to do for all my modification ??

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