I really need someones help with this I am a bit stumped.
We recently purchased a new internet link. The ISP has provided their own equipment which we dont have access to.
On this equipment they have created two Vlans. One for internet traffic and one for an extended WAN to another location. The internet link is on VLan 183 on their equipment.
The advised me to connected a Layer 2 Switch directly to the port they had configured VLan 183 on. On the switch I created my own VLan also called 183, trunked it and added a few local switch ports to this Vlan. If I connect my laptop into one of the ports assigned to my Vlan and set my laptops IP to the static information provided by the ISP I can surf the net.
I now need to hook my ASA up to this switch. I need my outside interface to point to the following
ip - 184.108.40.206
My inside interface to
I need all traffic on the 10.255.0.0 network to be able to use this new internet link
I suppose Im just really confused about how I link the ASA up with the Vlan'd switch.
In the past I have always hooked the ASA up direct to whatever router was provided but the VLAN in the middle is confusing me. Also I have only ever used 5510's and the 5505 seems slightly different.
If someone could point me in the right direction I would really appreciate it!
I can't ping the default gateway route outside 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 x.x.x.x 1
The IP Address used in VLAN2 and the default gateway are different, both provided by the ISP.
The thing is, if I hook my laptop up direct to the Switch and statically assign it the IP, Gateway and DNS from ISP I have full internet access. There just seems to be an issue with the ASA and the trunked 802.1q switch port. (which works fine with the laptop)
I have attached the log from when I pinged the VLAN2 address from the firewall.
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