Managing ASA5510 using ASDM via internal interface
I am currently managing an ASA5510 using ASDM through the management port but I would like to manage the ASA through the internal port.
My concern is that I thought I remembered reading someplace that if you setup an internal port for management that it can't be used for anything else. Is this correct?
I only configured one internal port and it is the path to my LAN. I would hate to configure the port for management only to find that I disconnected my firewall from my internal network in the process. Can I use my one and only configured internal port for both ASA management and route from my LAN thru the ASA firewall?
I currently have the management port set to 192.168.1.1 and my internal interface is 10.1.1.1. If I open ASDM and connect thru the management port and select Configuration/Device Management/Management Access/ASDM/HTTPS/Telnet/SSH
select access type "ASDM/HTTPS"
select interface "internal"
IP Address "10.1.1.0"
Will that give me access to ASA management thru my internal network but cripple my network access to the ASA?
Sorry if this is confusing... I don't know how else to phrase it.
Re: Managing ASA5510 using ASDM via internal interface
Yes the different addres makes it a totally different thing.
443 is "standard" for https so basically most webservers that uses SSL use that port.
This is basic TCP/IP and if you are to work with firewalls you should study it until you know it front to back.
There are some realy nice books from o´reilly. if you have the time it would make sence to start reading up on ip v6 also. its not "here" when it comes to america and europe, but it is growing fast in Asia.
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