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Configuring an ASA 5510

Greeting everyone!

I have a problem configuring an ASA 5510 for our client network. The idea is to protect the core (192.168.20.0/25 network) from the following:-

(1) A broadband connection with a static IP (59.94.30.38), whose sole purpose is to make available the Application Server (192.168.20.38) to the Internet. This connection is not to be used by any 192.168.20.XXX user for Internet connectivity.

2) A connection from the local ISP (10.42.2.0/16 network) which is supposed to be the gateway to Internet for all 192.168.20.XXX users. Vital Info:

gateway - 10.42.2.1

dns - 10.42.2.20

proxy - 10.42.2.79 port 8080

3) All other WAN connections terminating in this core network, such as networks 192.168.1.0, 192.168.3.0, 192.168.8.0, etc.

Is it possible to make the ASA serve in this scenario

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Re: Configuring an ASA 5510

Hi,

192.168.0.0(router)---- 10.42.0.0 ASA 59.94.0.0----internet router ?

Is ur setup going to be like this

remote network 192.168.20.0 and asa inside ip is 10.42.10.0 and outside network is 59.94.30.38 and only server will access the 59.94.30.38 .

What will be the public ip for the 192.168 series and also the public ip for the 10 network

If u are going to use 2 isp at one time that has to be done on the isp router ,but in case u use if one isp is down u can then fallback on the other isp

Raj

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