Re: Multiple External IP's on the WAN Interface

From: JP (nospam_pangjoe_at_rogers.com)
Date: 09/19/04


Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2004 14:14:23 -0400

Leythos,

Works like a chime. I have seen the alias box before but never used it.
Thanks.

Cheers,

Joe

"Leythos" <void@nowhere.org> wrote in message
news:MPG.1bb4fd0c1a841b669896d0@news-server.columbus.rr.com...
> In article <%uA2d.39581$Q7D.4254
> @twister01.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com>,
> NO_SPAM_PLEASE_pangjo@netzero.com says...
>> 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:
>
> Configuration: STATIC
> 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
> rules/services.
>
> Let me know if this works for you.
>
>
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