Thanks for your response, but I am still confused about your answer.
Currently ISP1 Managed Router is connected to FW.
Now the difference with ISP2 is that, we have to provide our own Interent Router, then connect to FW.
No running protocols in the FW.
So, the questions is, how do I configure the requested ISP2 internet router? ISP2 provide us with a /30 range for a Point t Point connection to their WAN router, then we have to request another range for our Public IP addresses.
If you have no dynamic routing, then you acquire a router with at leat 2 Ethernet interfaces.
One interface will be connected to the WAN router (your provider router) and will use one IP from the /30 provided. This has to be discussed with the provider what they will use and what you will use not to overlap.
The second interface will be connected to your ASA. For L3 connection, depending on your actual configuration, you may take one /30 from the /28 provided to you and establish the connection between ASA and your router.
Another solution is not to split the /28 and just used it like this with 1 IP on the router, 1 IP on the ASA and the rest of the IP addresses from the /28 to NAT your private range.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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