I need to connect 3 Dell switches (Dell PowerConnect 5324, 5448 ) to a Cisco ASA 5525 Firewall.
The Switch IP addresses are 10.60.0.4/16, 172.16.1.4/24, 192.168.124.4/24.
May I know how to configure the ASA Firewall for connecting the switches. The Firewall is new , I need to configure the IP address for the firewall too. Should I configure the IP address for the Firewall on the Management interface
As I can see they will be on 3 different broadcast domains so you will need to configure 3 different interfaces on the ASA and then connect each of them to the proper switch.
Just to let you know if you use the managment interface to connect to one of them only managment purpose traffic will be allow to reach an interface, no other traffic ( traffic going to a different interface will not be allow)
Julio Carvajal Senior Network Security and Core Specialist CCIE #42930, 2xCCNP, JNCIP-SEC
I need to configure and install an ASA 5525 inbetween the router and the Switches. I have attached the picture (Is it possible to do the connection this way)
There are three networks (192.168.0.*, 176.16.1.*, 10.50.0.*) configured on the router(Router IP's are 192.168.0.1,172.16.1.1,10.60.0.1 ) and it is connected to 3 switches (IP addresses are 192.168.0.4,172.16.1.4,10.60.0.4)
Now I need to install a Cisco ASA 5525 Firewall between the Router and the Switches. May I know how to configure ASA for this.
(OR) Is there any other better way . Thank you for your help
I presume, you've the Cisco Switch and Cisco Router working fine. All you need to do now, is to insert a Cisco Firewall. Yes, this can be done simply by placing the Cisco Firewall in transparent mode. Just assign the Firewall with a management IP with the similar network address as the Router and the Switch.
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