I will have a PIX with OS8 installed on it serving default route to the internet. Is it possible to bring up a tunnel on the PIX to a backup network and then advertise that route via EIGRP to a 1750 series router acting as the clients default gateway?
Then depending on metrics with EIGRP the client could be routed to the backup network via the tunnel on the PIX?
even in release 8.0 EIGRP is not supported on PIX.
IP Routing Support
The security appliance acts as a router between connected networks, and each interface requires an IP address on a different subnet. In single context mode, the routed firewall supports OSPF and RIP. Multiple context mode supports static routes only. We recommend using the advanced routing capabilities of the upstream and downstream routers instead of relying on the security appliance for extensive routing needs.
What I don't understand is will the PIX actually participate in EIGRP/OSPF/RIP fully and be able to advertise a route which will be usable through the PIX? (i.e. a backup route though a VPN tunnel). Or am I better off using OSPF/RIP on the PIX?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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