I am new to the Cisco ASA platform but I have recently successfully managed to configure the ASA 5505 with dynamic IP. However, I am really struggling to configure the ASA 5505 with static IP. The ISP has given me the public IP address, subnet, DNS and Gateway IP. However, how do I puck those numbers into the ASA? I am really lost trying to get the internet to work...do I puck the public IP address for the "outside" IP? But if I do so, what do I give my "inside" IP? Is the Gateway IP and the public IP the same? The ISP told me it is the same thing...I am not sure how can I configure the ASA to merge it as a same thing
For illustration the IP addresses that I was given:
Appreciate if anyone can provide me any tips or pointers regarding this issue.
I was wondering why did you choose to use the WAN as the outside IP address? Maybe I should have mentioned this earlier but the ISP provided me a Class B private IP address which would probably mean we cannot use this IP address?
I don't see any private address in the ones you provided as example and that's why I'd like a quick diagram to see exactly what is your topology and what about the difference with current situation ? Same ISP but no more DHCP address on Wan interface connected to ISP modem ?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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