I hope you can help in answering this query. WE have a site with the following setup:
Router <----------> ASA 5510 <----------> Local LAN
ISP (single IP Address)
The Router has a single ADSL link with a single Public IP address, its connected to the ASA on the 172.16.0.0/24 network.
The ASA is connected to the Local LAN on the 192.168.95.0/24 network. We do have servers and printers doing NAT on the ASA. There is also a primary link where on site where all of this is working normally. The above setup is for the fail over link.
How would I setup the NAT on the ASA and on the router, I did not wish to do a double NAT on the ASA and then the Router as well.
Thank you for coming back to me. As mentioned in the original question we have two ISPs but I am trying to set this up on the backup link.
When the primary link fails and the ASA fails over to the ADSL link do I just have the default route to the router, send all the LAN traffic straight to the router via the ASA and let the router do the NAT.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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