You are right and I am wrong the Border Manager is configured with
142.25.30.162 which will become its public interface. Its gateway is
142.25.30.161 which is configured on the router. As for the PIX I am
still
trying to track down what all it does as I have found out that today
its
blocking many things. Further to that I can only assume that it has
been
configured correctely for the Border Manager. Network configuration is

PIX ---Router---Lan 1---Lan 2---Lan 3. Lets say my network is in Lan 1
which
does have its own Class C block 205.233.104.0. Now I have just
installed BM
but I have applied no filters or proxys at this time. On my public
interface
I have configured 142.25.30.162 mask 255.255.255.252 gateway
142.25.30.161
on my private interface I configured 205.233.104.240 mask
255.255.255.0
gateway is 142.25.30.162 Ip forwarding has been enabled and my default
route
is 142.25.30.161. I also setup my private interface of 203.233.104.240
as my
primary interface. In this configuration I was able to do IPtraces tovarious internet sites. Was this an exceptable configuration for a
Border
Manager?

Yes you are correct that the gateway that is currentely being used for
the
subnet 205.233.104.0 will be removed of the router. It is my hope that
my
new gateway for all servers and desktops will be the border managers
private
interface which is configured with 205.233.104.240. Will this
configuration
work? I do not have control over IP Addresses so I am trying to work
with
what I have.

The other networks are in their own subnets and they do have their own

routes on the router. With that in mind they should not be a concern.
Once again sorry for the confusion but you have already raised good
questions.

Thanks

John Rice