Configuring ASA5550 in Transparent to pass Blue Coat Traffic
I am trying to add a Cisco ASA 5550 running in Transparent mode between the outside router and the Blue Coat. The Blue Coat is also running in pass thru mode. When ever I add the ASA, traffic stops flowing. I have the inside interface set going to the WAN interface on the Blue Coat and the outside interface set going to the router. I captured some log information from the ASA while connected for a few minutes. We are using NAT on the router so the 10.0.0.3 address you see is to the Blue Coat if that helps. Any help is appreciated.
Re: Configuring ASA5550 in Transparent to pass Blue Coat Traffic
Looking at the logs, it appears that the Blue Coat is going out to the internet via a diff. path besides the ASA and the response traffic from the internet is coming to the outside interface of the router and the ASA is dropping these packets.
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