dmz on cisco asa5510

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Oct 17th, 2009
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Hi all. I have configured internal/dmz/external interfaces on my asa5510. I am given a range of public ip by my isp. Eg would be an isp gave me a range of 203.112.224.0/24. Can i apply 203.112.224.240/28 to my dmz? Can access to this subnet be protected by firewall policies? Thks in advance.

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Jon Marshall Sat, 10/17/2009 - 08:41
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Yes you can do this. As long as it is a part of the larger subnet allocated to you by your ISP then you can split it up however you want.


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donnie Sun, 10/18/2009 - 08:42
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Hi Jon,


Sorry for late reply. Hence can my internal devices access dmz at the public ip address range 203.112.224.240/28? Thks in advance.

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