We use a Cisco ASA 5512-x and have an external IP block from *.*.*.40 to *.*.*.46. The internet connection is delivered on a next hop .50 where the ASA routes the traffic.
At the moment we have a Polycom HDX wich uses the .42 IP adress and we installed an Exchange and Lync server. We want to use a new public IP (.43) for these servers with ports 25, 80, 444 and 5061.
The .42 IP address is being picked up by a Netgear router with port forwarding to the Polycom. We only use this for some guest accounts wifi. My servers use this internal IP address of the Netgear (192.168.2.254) for its internet connection. The situation:
ISP --> ASA --> Netgear --> Polycom HDX
The Netgear is connected to the ASA with the WAN port.
When I want to use the .43 public IP address for my Lync server how do I configure it? Do I need to connect it directly to a port on the ASA or do I need to give the server an extra IP address on it's network adapter (or just a second adapter)? Or can I connect my server to my switch (connected to my Netgear router) and use it that way?
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