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TOPIC: Pix 501 interface/nameif question

Pix 501 interface/nameif question 12 years 6 months ago #14432

I have a pix501 that was preconfigured by another admin who is no longer here. My question is this. The back port are labeled 0-4. 0 being the outside connection and 1-4 are the internal ports. Now, my running config is showing the following:

interface ethernet0 auto
interface ethernet1 100full
nameif ethernet0 outside security0
nameif ethernet1 inside security100

what is confusing me is the ethernet1 interface is plugged into the port labeled 4 on the back of the pix device. everything is working fine but i guess i just assumed that if it's plugged into port 4 it would be recognized as ethernet4 and not ethernet1.

hopefully i am making sense but if not ill try and reword what im trying to find out.

thanks in advance.

Re: Pix 501 interface/nameif question 12 years 6 months ago #14438

On the 501, Eth1 applies to all 4 switchports. Eth1 is a virtual interface on top of 4 physical interfaces.
Those 4 ports have no options and should be considered an unmanaged switch. You can only control the outside interface and the inside virtual interface.

Re: Pix 501 interface/nameif question 12 years 6 months ago #14467

ok, so there is anyway to setup another interface for a DMZ with security50?

Re: Pix 501 interface/nameif question 12 years 6 months ago #14468

No, not with the 501. The 506E is the smallest model that allows more than 2 networks.

However, you may be able to fake it by setting up static nat for an internal box with a second public address.

Re: Pix 501 interface/nameif question 12 years 6 months ago #14469

thank you for your help.

Re: Pix 501 interface/nameif question 12 years 6 months ago #14474

one last question, is it possible to setup vlans with the 501?
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