I have a task for a config I have not done before. I'm replacing an older 831 and PIX with a Cisco 881 router with Firewall feature set. The router receives its public IP address dynamically and there is a static public IP range also assigned with a couple of NAT statements on the PIX for a few public IP's
I'm ok with the core router config but the range is where I'm a little stuck. Current setup is as follows
Internet ---------- Router( Public intf Dynamic IP----internal intf Range IP)Router-------------PIX (outside intf Range IP---------Inside intf private net)Pix-------
As per the aboive the PIX had a public IP address from the range on the outside interface with a default route to the Router inside interface which uses a public range addres.
With my proposed config I've setup the outside interface as dynamic and just created my nat statements for the Range IP's. I believe I'm correct that I do not need to actually have a Range IP address configured on the router? Can anyone please confirm I'm on the right track (Basic config attached).
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This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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