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ASA interface IP and Server IP

Hi Everyone,

If we have ASA interface

int gi0/2.5

it has IP 10.0.0.1 255.255.255.0

nameif inside

vlan 15

this int  has connection to another ASA.

If we have some server and users want it to reach from outside.

Say that server is in different subnet then the inside interface gi0/2.5 of ASA.

If we do static NAT for that server like below

static(inside,global)  will this work as server and ASA inside interface are on different subnet?

Regards

MAhesh

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Re: ASA interface IP and Server IP

Mahesh

The inside address used by the server does not need to be on the same subnet as the inside interface of the ASA.

What you obviously would need on the ASA is a route to the server subnet as it is not directly connected to the ASA.

Jon

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Re: ASA interface IP and Server IP

Mahesh

The inside address used by the server does not need to be on the same subnet as the inside interface of the ASA.

What you obviously would need on the ASA is a route to the server subnet as it is not directly connected to the ASA.

Jon

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ASA interface IP and Server IP

Thanks Jon

Mahesh

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