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Cisco 2600 to PIX 515 ISP change

Cisco 2600 to PIX 515 ISP change

Cisco 2600 to PIX 515 ISP change

Hello all,

I'm writing you due to a challenge I'm facing with my companies current Cisco hardware. I've inherited a network that is a t1 connected to a cisco 2600 router (via ethernet, not serial), connected to a PIX 515.

The issue that I'm having, is that i'm a complete noob when it comes to cisco products. Due to some reliability issues, our company has decided to switch from the T1 to a microwave wireless based solution. What are the steps I should go through to facilitate this? I am able to access the PIX through the ASDM gui, but I've had no luck accessing the 2600. Is the command line the only option? if so, what should I change besides the obvious static Ip settings? I've read an incredible amount and I'm learning quickly, I just need someone to sketch it out for me.

RE: Cisco 2600 to PIX 515 ISP change

so you have Service Provider --- 2600 --- PIX --- internal network??

I hate all Uppercase... I don't want my groups to seem angry at me all the time! =)
- ColdFlame (vbscript forum)

RE: Cisco 2600 to PIX 515 ISP change

Yes, that's correct.

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