Well, I'm just having a complete blast doing this. We are pulled the plug on our PIX 501 as its not letting us use all 100Mbit that our cable provider is now piping to us. I read the conversion guide but it made no mention of the 501's. Only the 515's or newer.
The ASA 5505 is putting up a little bit of a fight (This what I get for failing my CCNA??)
After refusing to configure the LAN ip address to something other than what it was shipped with, I broke down and connected to the management console and forced an IP address on the LAN side. Now I reset my default config and everyone can get on the internet.
Life's good... Until the ISP cuts you off because you forgot to set your static IP. Oh, and by the way, they dont support Cisco gear.
When I attempt to assign the IP to the outside interface, it accepts without a hitch, but everything grinds to a halt. I cannot have this, as I have off-site users that operate with dedicated ports using Remote Desktop. I've attempted to set the IP via both ASDM and management console. I've tried setting a static route, but that doesnt give me any love either.
Im running ASA Version 8.2(1) and ASDM Version 6.2(1)
Once I get the static IP set and working properly, I can tackle moving the port configs.
If someone can tell me what I'm doing wrong, it would be greatly appreciated.