Need assistance in creating a logical interface in PIX 7.2
I've recently upgraded my pix 525 from 6.3 to 7.2. Now I need to take a spare interface (ethernet4) enable this interface and create sub interfaces to use to communicate to my inside network by mapping to inside vlans.
In 6.3, I would do the following (example)
niterface ethernet4 vlan240 logical
nameif vlan240 PROD security 25
ip address PROD 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0
Now that the 7.2 command set is really different and I do not have a test PIX to test with, I'm hoping that someone would have an example for me.
Goal: My remote location (VPN/GRE) needs to communicate to my local networlk. But, I am not advertising this subnet in ospf. I want to map an advertised IP to this inside non-advertised IP. Setting up a logical interface is how I can achieve this.
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