At 04:29 PM 2/29/96 +0100, Marc Rapoport wrote:
>Hi, our private Intranet adressing plan is using several class B that are
>allocated on the Internet, as our Intranet was created long before we
>planned to interconnect
>with the Internet.
>We use a single firewall which masks our private adresses, but we are not
>able to reach
> the public portion of the Internet that uses the same IP adresses.
>The only solution i know to handle that problem is to use 2 firewalls
>with a pseudo network between the Intranet and the Internet.
>Does anybody knows a product able to solve this problem with only one
>Thanks in advance.
Yes -- take a look at Network Translation's PIX (Private Internet Exchange).
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