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Cisco ASA5510 routing from inside to insde

Hi,

I have a inside net with adress 10.10.10.1 and a router on the inside net with address 10.10.10.2, client use 10.10.10.1 as default gw. Do the ASA support routing on the inside interface, for example routing 10.10.20.0/24 against 10.10.10.2? I found a FAQ for pix where it was not supported and wondering if it's the same for the ASA.

Regards

Johan

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Re: Cisco ASA5510 routing from inside to insde

The ASA will not act as a router, a better topology would be to have the Router as the DGW for the clients, and the router has the ASA as the DGW for the internet and other external traffic.

HTH>

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Re: Cisco ASA5510 routing from inside to insde

The ASA will not act as a router, a better topology would be to have the Router as the DGW for the clients, and the router has the ASA as the DGW for the internet and other external traffic.

HTH>

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