ASA/FWSM 7.2 VLSM

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Mar 7th, 2007
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Do you guys know of any reason why I would be getting ip address conflicts when trying to set up the following scenario:


outside-x.x.x.34/30

inside1-x.x.x.37/29

inside2-x.x.x.45/29


It would appear as if the firewall is not handling VLSM very well.


any thoughts...

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Jon Marshall Wed, 03/07/2007 - 07:45
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Hi


It's not the FWSM it's the subnet ranges you are using.


/29 = 248.

256 - 248 = 8


So your /29 networks go up in 8


x.x.x.8

x.x.x.16

x.x.x.24

x.x.x.32


But you have used x.x.x.32 with a /30 subnet mask so you have an overlapping address range.


You could do


inside1 x.x.x.41/29

inside2 x.x.x.49/29


HTH


Jon

jwjorgensen Wed, 03/07/2007 - 10:28
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Yeah......


I figured that out a little bit after I posted the question. I am trying to look up the operator error on the bug toolkit.

Jon Marshall Wed, 03/07/2007 - 23:49
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:-)


You won't find it - i've been looking for the last couple of years !!



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