I have a customer who wants to use their PIX 506E with their new 1841 basic IP IOS router. They have 1 IP address available. Is it possible to just have the PIX be a firewall and all routing functions work through the 1841 or will I need NAT turned on the PIX with IP addresses on the interfaces?
Internet --> PIX506E --> 1841 --> 2950T. This customer also wants VPN with Radius capabilities... Ideas?
I assume that the available ip address that you have will be assigned to the outside interface of the PIX506E, is that right? If so you need to configure PAT on the PIX firewall using the 'global' and 'nat' commands.
Thanks for the fast response... In lies my dilemma.
The customer wants the 506E to just be a Firewall, not a router doing NAT/PAT. That was my first option but with 1 ip address. They purchased an 1841 from Cisco under the impression that the PIX would be the Firewall and the 1841 (IP base IOS) to be the router...
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