Linksys wrt54g2 internet connection through ASA5520
I have a requirement to connect a linksys wrt54g2 for Internet and remote access through a sub interface on an ASA5520, all of the ethernet ports on the linksys are in use and can not be disconnected. Can I use the Internet port on the Linksys to tunnel through the network back to a sub interface on the ASA to provide this connectivity?
Re: Linksys wrt54g2 internet connection through ASA5520
This Linksys has 5 ports, 4 are used for Lan connections
and there is a single port labeled "Internet".
The 4 port are in use, and from a sinlge private network. I need to provide Internet access to those 4 devices and allow for remote access to those devices via the Internet. I want to use the port labeled Internet to provide Internet access this way.
1. Create a sub-interface on the inside interface of my ASA5520.
2. Create a global NAT for that sub-interface on the outside.
3.Create a dhcp scope on the ASA5520 for the network.
4.Create Layer 2 interface on my network and tunnel that Layer2 interface to the inside interface of the ASA5520
5. Setup ACLs and PAT for the 4 connections on the Linksys.
6. Attached the port labeled Internet to my network in the Layer 2 interface defined.
My question is can the port on the Linksys labeled Internet be configured as an access port and will the steps 1 thru 6 work in this secnerio?
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...