Assigning a second external IP address to ASA 5505
I have a working asa 5505 installation that I would like to configure for one more external IP address. My problem is when I try to create a second outside interface, called outside2 for example, i get an error message say that the subnet is overlapping with the previously configured outside interface. This probably makes sense but how do I assign a second, or even a third, external IP address to my asa.
Our ISP gave us five public addresses so I figured I'd use at least a few of them.
Re: Assigning a second external IP address to ASA 5505
Just to correct perhaps minor typo, your current static entries that uses two different public IP addresses mapped to a single inside host of 192.1678.1.250 can only be possible through Policy NAT as it is not possible through static NAT to map two or more global addresses to a single inside host.
I think your static nat entry was meant to map a second public IP to a different host inside your LAN which is general practice when ISP hands out a block of public IP addresses for their clients to use.
Your static perhaps meant to be towards two inside hosts 192.168.1.250 & 251 or perhaps some other host other then 250.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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