Hi, we will upgrading our Cisco Pix 515e to a Cisco ASA 5520. Our Pix has a quad card that lets us have 4 DMZ's. The 4 interface ports simply go into 4 VLANs on a Cisco 3550 switch. Each of the 4 interface have an IP address assigned to them, this allows us to route traffic to these DMZ's (suppose they are just like routers/gateways).
Anyway the ASA 5520 has 4 GB ports and 1 FE port. I have heard that just one of the GB ports can act as the 4 DMZ's if we patch it into a VLAN switch. If this is right do these VLAN have IP addresses assigned to them like on the Pix? I'm just wondering how we will router traffic to these "new" DMZ's.
Our main routing table (core LAN switch) forwards unknown traffic (these DMZ's) to our Pix, which then knows what to do as the interfaces have the IP's.
Will the ASA work in a similar way?