I'm pretty decent in the world of Cisco but I'm having trouble getting traffic to flow out with a ASA 5505 on Verizon DSL. I have a static IP with Verizon and I'm using their Westfall 7500 modem/router as a routed bridge into my network.
The data flow goes likes this: Westfall 7500 > Cisco Catalyst Switch > ASA 5505
The switch has a inside and outside VLAN. The router and the outside interface on the ASA reside in the outside VLAN, everything else is on the inside VLAN.
At this point I have a very basic configuration, I think the issue may reside in one of two areas:
1) The outside interface is set to the static IP that Verizon gave me
2) I'm routing the outside interface to the Verizon gateway, basically my static IP but it ends in .1 (route outside 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.1)
Should I be routing the outside interface elsewhere? Are there any other issues that anyone can think of?
Just as a side note, all the speed/duplex settings seem to match, I've had trouble with that in the past...
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