I just hooked up a newly configured ASA5505 for a customer.
I have connectivity to the internet (can ping any external IP, can connect to other VPN's, etc), but can't view webpages.
DNS issue, right?
They have a single server which handles DNS/WINS/DHCP, etc. The ip of this server is 10.0.0.17. When I do 'ipconfig' on my computer, it shows the server address for all 3 -- both on the new setup and old.
Their old setup had 2 DNS server addresses (external ones), and I have added them to my ASA config, but it doesn't give them to the actual interface. When I apply these DNS settings *manually*, everything works, including webpages.
I'm really stumped at the moment.
Where in my ASA configuration should I be applying the external DNS server addresses? In the group policy or on my default DNS?
PS: For some reason I'm able to access the www.cisco.com site, even when no other webpages work. Right now I'm using my laptop with the settings given from the ASA, I can't access ANY page except Cisco.com and its subpages (including forums, obviously).