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IP address block

Hi Friends,

Please refer a network setup attached.I want to have 2 Public IP address for firewall ,1 for active and 1 for standby and 3 to 4 Public IP address for my servers , if my Service provider gives me a /29 address block , will that meet my requirement Please advice.

thanks in advance.

V

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Re: IP address block

vicky.dhas@bt.com

Hi Friends,

Please refer a network setup attached.I want to have 2 Public IP address for firewall ,1 for active and 1 for standby and 3 to 4 Public IP address for my servers , if my Service provider gives me a /29 address block , will that meet my requirement Please advice.

thanks in advance.

V

Vicky

There is no attachment but from your description you should be fine as long as you do not want to assign the public IPs directly to your servers which i assume would be on a DMZ. If your servers are using private RFC 1918 addressing and you are then Natting them on the firewall eg.

static (dmz,outside) 195.17.17.10 192.168.5.10 netmask 255.255.255.255

then you should be fine.

Jon


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