I have the following situation, and not sure if the ASA can do this or not?
We have just ordered Comcast Ethernet [Fiber] service. They'll be installing a managed switch [Layer 2]. They'll be handing off an IP of x.x.138.114/30 to one of our devices. They're requiring a Layer 3 device [Router or Switch]. They have given us a range of IP's to use for internal servers, etc. of x.x.139.1/27.
So, the questions I have are:
Can the ASA 5510 do both sets of IP's, or do I need another device between their provided switch and the ASA?
Can I simply assign the x.x.138.114/30 to the Outside interface, and add static routes for the x.x.139.1/27 to the ASA's routing table?
2. Yes, configure the /30 on the outside interface. You don't need to enter x.x.139.1/27 in the routing table. That address space is being routed down to you from your ISP. When you create your NAT's from the /27 address space the ASA knows that it is on the outside (via your NAT statement) and will respond to ARP's.
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