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Help with PIX 525 to FWSM migration

 
 
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      08-24-2008
Current configuration (All real IP no NATed address)
6509 Vlan2,3,4, ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 xx.yy.zz.66
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Trunk
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xx.yy.zz.66/255.255.255.240(outside) Vlan2
[PIX 525]
xx.yy.zz.82/255.255.255.240(inside) Vlan22
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Trunk
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6506 Vlan11,22,33,44,55, ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 xx.yy.zz.82



New confguration
1 admin and 2 contexts (vlan33,44) and (Vlan55), routed mode. Inside and Outside all use real IP no NAT applied.
FWSM installed in 6506, retire PIX525. I have hard time on migration based on current configuration from PIX to FWSM since I am not familiar with FWSM and multiple contexts. All exmaples I read they use NATed IP for their Inside, which is the difference here.
Any examples will greatly appreciated.

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      08-30-2008
Please give me some clues! The problem I encountered was in FWSM, I can ping both outside and inside network. But from either 6509 or 6506 I cannot ping each other. Since both inside and outside's IP are real and not NATed, NAT exemption also applied. I am new to multiple contexts. The FWSM running version 2.3.5.
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