Can anyone advise please. ISP has assigned a single static ip address of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx . They have now assigned 6 more static addresses but on another subnet. The router is configured for rfc 1483 bridging with the single static ip assigned to both ATM and FastEthernet. This works fine but how can I add the second subnet of ip's so that traffic is passed from the router to the firewall's public address which is one of the additional 6 static ip's. Your help is much appreciated.
Thanks for replying. Config is below. I have had to change the ip addresses for security reasons. The second subnet given to me by the ISP as we required 2 static addresses is xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/29. Can I just use 1 of the new addresses for the interfaces or do I need to route to them? I would really like to AVOID using NAT as we will have ipsec VPN terminating on the firewall.
In my opinion, the if an ISP is able to give a different network pool for you then they must have made routing arrengements for you in their setup.Hence, if you give directly the new subnet's ip to your firewall, then it should work without giving secondary IP in your router.
Can you give it a try...try giving that IP in any of your PC, without giving that secondary IP?Make sure that the PC is connected to the same switch to which your router is connected to...
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