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ADSL router and PIX firewall

For the past couple of years our school has had its broadband service via PowerLine Technology (PLT). We have a PIX 506E doing NAT and have 6 static IP addresses configured for various services. The ISP installed their broadband modem connecting our LAN with the 400V power supply. PLT is about to be withdrawn and we need to find an alternative solution. The only viable one in our location is ADSL. My simple question is to ask for advice on what Cisco kit I need to connect between the ADSL line and the PIX. I hope to make minimal changes to the PIX configuration (it will continue doing NAT) and am not sure how I might configure an ADSL device (router?) to act like the existing broadband modem. Maybe a daft question to those that know!

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Re: ADSL router and PIX firewall

You will need to bridge your connection between adsl and pix. Whether it be native or a routed-bridge it doesn't matter.

So you setup your ADSL in bridged mode and your PIX's outside interface is on the internet.

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