[TriLUG] Another Routing Question
jason at monsterjam.org
Thu Jun 22 13:08:48 EDT 2006
aah yes, thats absolutely true! I used to work in TAC supporting the pix..
On Thu, Jun 22, 2006 at 12:42:42PM -0400, Brian
> Yes you can, but I believe I had heard before that a PIX won't route
> packets back out the same interface they came in on, which explains the
> Jason wrote:
> >I believe you can put static routes into a pix.
> >On Thu, Jun 22, 2006 at
> >11:37:13AM -0400, Eric Gerney wrote:
> >>>So this makes me think it's something about the PIX........
> >>>Aside from PIX peculiarities, this should generally work, right? Since
> >>>it works on the SonicWall'ed subnet..
> >>Generally your configuration will work, however, the PIX is not _really_
> >>a router and it will _NOT_ route or redirect traffic back to the
> >>interface it received a packet on.
> >>Eric Gerney
> >>TSS Network Manager
> >>AT&T Government Solutions, Inc.
> >>gerney at att.com
> >> The opinions expressed herein are strictly those of the author
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