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Replacing a cisco router with a pix

Hi there,

I have been asked if it possible to replace an old 800 series router with a modern pix, i am looking into replacing it with the entry level pix the 501, my question is, the router has 2 ip addresses on the inside interface is it possible to set up 2 ip addresses on the inside interface of the pix?If not possible on the 501 which pix does it need to be?

Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

Regards

Ken

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Re: Replacing a cisco router with a pix

None of the PIXs wil do secondary addressing. A PIX501 has two physical interfaces, whereas a PIX506E has this but also can do 2 VLANs.

So your options are:

split the internal network and use 2 VLAN interfaces on a PIX506.

Or put a router inside the PIX to route between the two subnets, and use a PIX501.

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