I was looking at using the "name" command for a pix configuration I was working on for the purpose of a) making the configuration easier to read and b) making changes to an ip address easier.
I ran into this problem however and wonder if there is any workaround to it or another way of accomplishing what I am trying to do.
I have assigned names to the servers and workstations that I am using in my access-list statements. This way the access-list who be easier to read by someone who has never seen it before seeing a name rather than an ip would be more explanatory. I also want to be able to change the ip address of a workstation by just reassociating the name with a new ip address without having to change all the access-list statements that refer to that ip address.
The problem is this...
1) I assign an ip to a name
2) Create the access-list using the name instead of the ip address
3) Attempt to change the name
3a) When I try to reassign the name it tells me it is already assigned to another ip.
3b) If I do a "no name" and remove the line and then re add it with the new ip address the "name" in the access-list gets substituted with the ip that was was associated to the name.
Is there anyway to do what Im trying to accomplish?
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