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ASA5505 Lockdown

Hey guys - i have a couple of questions that I hope are quick to answer.

I have a need to provide users with a IP phone at home (extended leave, part timers, etc). The current plan is to provide them an ASA5505 that is configured to create the VPN tunnel over the internet (connects to a ASA5520). We also want to lock down the all the ports execpt e0/0 (outside interface) and e0/7 (the poe enabled phone port). I am tring to configure 5505 so that only the phone will get an ip, AND if they remove the phone, and plug in a desktop/laptop/etc, it wont work (ie - no ip address supplied, ports blocked, etc.). The users will need to use thier existing VPN on thier laptop to get network, we are just trying to supply them a "off site extension" of thier phoens.

So - Question 1 - Can I have the dhcp scope on the asa5505 defined to do a MAC based assignment?

Question 2 - If we cant lock down the scope by mac address, what ports, other than http and skinny (no sip phones here) would/should I block?

If anyone has any other suggstions, im all ears..

Thanks in advance!

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New Member

Re: ASA5505 Lockdown

Place a "shutdown" on interfaces e0/1 to e0/6

For control of devices by MAC access, see "mac-list" command at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa80/command/reference/m.html#wp1888833

New Member

Re: ASA5505 Lockdown

thanks. Ive already done the shutdown. Ill check the link (if helpfull, ill rate..)

I am looking to ensure that if they take the phone out, they will get nowhere.

thanks.

New Member

Re: ASA5505 Lockdown

I have read up on the mac-list, and it seems that would work. My question now - how do I apply that to only 1 interface? Seems to me that, since its a global command, it will restrict on all ports, right?

I need e0/0 to be unrestricted, as I have NO idea what the mac address will be of the "dirty" side, but at the same time, e0/7 should be restricted to only the phone that I supply.

Thanks again for the link

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