Adding Second Outside IP range to Existing PIX 520

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Jeff Allen, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. Jeff Allen

    Jeff Allen Guest

    All,

    I have seen several positngs on this topic, but I havent found exactly
    what I am looking for so here goes:

    I need to add a secondary range (different subnet) to a 520. MY ISP
    tells me it is routed to my existing 520 outside address. However, I am
    unable to get these new addresses to work. All I did was create a
    static NAT entry for the new outside address to an existing internal
    device. Do I need to do anything additional?

    Thanks
     
    Jeff Allen, Jan 13, 2005
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  2. In article <>,
    Jeff Allen <> wrote:
    :I have seen several positngs on this topic, but I havent found exactly
    :what I am looking for so here goes:

    :I need to add a secondary range (different subnet) to a 520. MY ISP
    :tells me it is routed to my existing 520 outside address. However, I am
    :unable to get these new addresses to work. All I did was create a
    :static NAT entry for the new outside address to an existing internal
    :device. Do I need to do anything additional?

    I've explained the details ad naseum so I won't go through them
    again.

    If your new additional IPs are being NAT'd to existing interal
    IPs, then there should not be anything additional to configure
    on the PIX side.

    :MY ISP tells me it is routed to my existing 520 outside address.

    That should be all that is necessary. If you post a sanitized
    configuration we can have a look.
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    WW{Backus,Church,Dijkstra,Knuth,Hollerith,Turing,vonNeumann}D ?
     
    Walter Roberson, Jan 13, 2005
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  3. Jeff Allen

    Jeff Allen Guest

    Sorry to bother you - as luck would have it, IBM had not truly turned
    the routes up as they said they had. A little digging on their side
    revealed the problem. Once they turned it on, it worked instantly.
     
    Jeff Allen, Jan 15, 2005
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