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two outside interface for two inside VLAN network using one ASA Box

Hi,

Is it possible to use the extra port of the ASA5510 with base license upgraded to enhanced license to for a new OUTSIDE segment network that will NAT to a new internal VLAN network, the 3rd interface of the ASA is running trunk.

Say 10.10.X.X(new internal VLAN) translates to the new OUTSIDE interface ( with network 192.11.X.X

Any links how to do this in ADSM? or commandline?

Thanks

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Re: two outside interface for two inside VLAN network using one

Well, you can only have 1 *real* default gateway, so no, I don't think you can do that.

But if the traffic is always initiated from the outside and is stateful, (ie tcp), then you can do that by creating 2 default routes with different metrics and doing static NAT.

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