We have a PAN 3050 running 7.0.1. We are about to recieve a new circuit from our ISP that has a new /30 for the serial to the ISP. What I will have is a /30 (the serial connection) two /29's and one /28. I wil use the /29 for incomming request with NAT for port translation to access to backend, this subnet is already set up for this and in use. The /28 I am going to initially use for our outbound NAT DIP for translation to the internet. I know I can assign multiple IP's on the WAN interface but the one time I tried adding a /29 it caused a disruption on the WAN interface and access in/out was down.
Should I add the /30 address as a /32 for the actuall IP of the interface and then just simply add the other subnets as /29 and /28?
I have documentation on the basic configuration for the untrust interface, is there any for a WAN interface with multiple subnets?
Thanks for any advice,
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How you configure the WAN interface depends on how your Service provider configures your upstream router. If the service has already been setup you should consult your Service Activation or Modification Notice for the details on the your site has been configured. If this is still a pending order, you can contact your sales engineer.
Typically when we provide multiple subnets on a single line we configure the /30 on the two interfaces (service provider and client firewall) and then route the remaining subnets to the client firewall ip address.
In this setup you will then choose to either use these address ranges as NAT pool configurations or you could configure internal interfaces with all or part of any of these subnets and use the addresses directly on your equipment.
The alternative Service provider setups are to run multiple subnets on the same interface. Or to run the multiple subnets a Q tag sub interfaces on the line.
But in any case you need to know what the expected configuration upstream will be.
You should be able to simply add the new range to the interface as an additional IP subnet. depending on your ISP's infrastructure they may need to add a static ARP entry for your external interface for that subnet
I do know hat our ISP will simply be routing the /28 and /29 down this new /30 to our firewall. So, it sounds like all I have to do is configure my NAT policies for the two subnets, change the defaoult route to the new ISP IP and assign the second available IP in the /30 to my WAN interface. Does that sound right?
Thanks for you help...
Your notes are correct for routed subnets. Should be a straightforward transition for you.
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