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Cisco PIX - 2 ISP's

 
 
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      12-07-2003
Hi,

I've got the folowing situation

ISP1 -----------
|
PIX ----- DMZ ----- FW ---- LAN
|
ISP2 -----------


The servers in the DMZ are using a priv. IP address (192.x). These adressses
are natted on the PIX
It works fine for just one ISP. This because a PIX only can have a single
default route.

What's hapening now .....

When I send a ping to a server in the DMZ using the ip address from ISP1
(194.x) then i get a reply from te correct IP and all services are working
correctly.
When I send a ping using an IP address from from ISP2 (213.x) i get a reply
from the ISP1 ip address (194.x)

Ne1 knows how to solve this? I supose using route-maps but I can't get it to
work right now.


Best regards,

Pepijn Goossens


 
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