Re: Multiple External IP's on the WAN Interface
From: Leythos (void_at_nowhere.org)
Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 18:49:37 GMT
In article <%uA2d.39581$Q7D.4254
> That is wonderful. We have a firebox III 1000. It would be excellent if
> you could show me how to add an additional external IP on the WAN interface.
> Thanks in advance.
Joe - please follow the norm and bottom post then doing a reply.
Step by step instruction:
Launch the Firebox application on your desktop
Open Policy Manager
Click "Network" and then "Configuration"
For your STATIC Public IP make sure of the following:
IP Address (a.b.c.d/xx) you need to have the /XX be the proper mask.
This IP you enter here is the IP of the firebox and will be the outbound
PROXY address for all proxy services you setup. This is also the address
that you VPN into (PPTP/IPSec).
Click the Aliases button next to IP address
Add the other Public IP's that you have, they MUST be in the same subnet
as you've entered for your static IP. For example, I have 6 IP on this
box, one for the firewall, 3 for Aliases, and two that I connect cheap
routers to for testing.
Now that you've done this, you reference them in the NAT functions for
Let me know if this works for you.
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