I am considering purchasing an ASA 5505 device for our remote offices.
I was wondering, these remote sites have cable modems and DSL modems. Does the ASA 5505 work with these modems? Would I just plug my cable or DSL modem directly into the ASA 5505? The DSL modem requires login credentials; can I configure those parameters in the ASA 5505?
The ASA 5505 will work with DSL or Cable. By default the outside interface is set up to get a dhcp address. If DSL needs a login, you should be able to have the ASA use PPPoE and use the login info. I haven't used the ASA on dsl yet put I have many Pix 501's using dsl and no problems. The ASA 5505 are sweet boxes.
I intend to connect one ADSL router/modem outside the ASA5505 to be used for VPN only. I'm thinking how I can stop non-VPN related packets from going to the interface where the ADSL box will be connected.
There is another connection from ASA to 1841 where I have serial and another ADSL box.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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