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Routing question on ASA 5510

Good Morning,

Is there a way on the Cisco 5510 Security Appliance to enter some routing that would route a specific Private IP to a Specific Public IP.

Specifically...

Route 10.1.0.23 to 159.xxx.xxx.20 ?  I need everything sent on 10.1.0.23 to go to 159.xxx.xxx.20.

I need to do this for about 15 addresses and I have learned that I cannot just redirect the entire 10.1.0.0 subnet to a specific IP.

Any help sure is appreciated.

Thanks

--Joe

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Re: Routing question on ASA 5510

joseph@sec.state.vt.us

Good Morning,

Is there a way on the Cisco 5510 Security Appliance to enter some routing that would route a specific Private IP to a Specific Public IP.

Specifically...

Route 10.1.0.23 to 159.xxx.xxx.20 ?

I need to do this for about 15 addresses and I have learned that I cannot just redirect the entire 10.1.0.0 subnet to a specific IP.

Any help sure is appreciated.

Thanks

--Joe

Joe

Sorry but no you can't do this for the same reasons i explained before. If you have to do this then you need a router and not an ASA.

I know this isn't what you want to hear but your device just can't do that.

Jon

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Re: Routing question on ASA 5510

joseph@sec.state.vt.us

Good Morning,

Is there a way on the Cisco 5510 Security Appliance to enter some routing that would route a specific Private IP to a Specific Public IP.

Specifically...

Route 10.1.0.23 to 159.xxx.xxx.20 ?

I need to do this for about 15 addresses and I have learned that I cannot just redirect the entire 10.1.0.0 subnet to a specific IP.

Any help sure is appreciated.

Thanks

--Joe

Joe

Sorry but no you can't do this for the same reasons i explained before. If you have to do this then you need a router and not an ASA.

I know this isn't what you want to hear but your device just can't do that.

Jon

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Re: Routing question on ASA 5510

Jon,

I was afraid that would be the case.  I was looking at the routing tables with the Show Route command and thought perhaps there was a way, after all, it has other routes.

How can something this easy be so difficult.

Thanks

--Joe

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