I did this but i dont know for some reason it hads slowed down all my VLAN1 (192.168.2.0) network. the network speed had goten slow and while i wanted to access any server from within vlan-1 some times i was able to access and some times i could not access them even though there was ping reply but i could not access share-folders and remote session . im not 100% sure that the slow speed was due to the routing, but i could not find anyother reason except the routing. because as i connected my old pix-firewall back to the network, then my vlan-1 net speed was normal back
Proceed as Jennifer suggested. Once you change replce PIX with ASA, try 'clear arp' on switch or reboot the SW. That should fix the slowness issue (as long as rest of the config and physical infrastructure is good).
Dear all, Bellow is my ASA5510 configuration output. please see what is wrong ??? i restarted everything the switch, the asa, clear arp..... but no result. when i connect the asa into my network, it automatically slows down the vlan-1 only. other vlans can access vlan-1 normaly. but a host from VLAN-1 can not access other host inside of VLAN-1. after many reties then they can access. plz see what is wrong
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...