Now I would like to start using the clientless VPN feature of the ASA, so I of course don't want that particular port forwarded to the server. Is there a way to define such an exclusion? I've tried several things, including setting up a separate NAT rule to direct that port back to the ASA's interface, without luck.
If that is not possible, what configuration would I need to move to in order to get the behavior that I want? It is important that all (non-VPN) traffic is passed exactly as it arrives at the firewall (whether it is coming from internal or external), with the exception of changing the IP address (i.e., I need static port mappings for some of my services).
When the VPN exlusion ACL is applied to the configuration, PAT users have no connectivity to the Internet via TCP though UDP and ICMP traffic still passes. The VPN is operational. With the VPN NAT configuration removed, as expected the VPN fails, but users have connectivity to the Internet.
I am having difficulty following the logic of the port-translation. Here is the configuration on a 5505 with 8.3,So I would have thought the outside access-list should reference the 'mapped' port but even with 3398 open I cannot remote desktop to the host. If I open 3389 then I can connect successfully.
New to the ASA 5505 8.4 software version, but here is what I'm trying to do:
-Single static public IP: 184.108.40.206 -Need to PAT several ports to three separate servers behind firewall -One server houses email, pptp server, ftp server and web services: 10.1.20.91 -One server houses drac management (port 445): 10.1.20.92 -One server is the IP phone server using a range of ports: 10.1.20.156
Basically, need to PAT the ports associated with each server to the respective servers behind the ASA 5505. Is anything missing from this config? Do I need to include a global policy for PPTP and SMTP? [code]
I'm working on setting up a template configuration for the Cisco ASA 5505 device that we'll use to configure more routers for various client needs. One of the requirements requested of me is the following: Internal hosts assigned a DHCP address are blocked from the internet Internal hosts with a static IP are permitted access to internet All internal hosts can communicate regardless of state
Now, I'm fairly new to this and I'm certain my terminology isn't correct so googling the problem has been fruitless. I have followed basic configuration guides and have configured the device to hand out DHCP addresses to hosts plugged in ports 1-7. If I'm plugged in and specify my address manually in the OS I am blocked from any access so I can only assume there is an access policy or some rule preventing me from authenticating against the router despite having set up VLAN1 to be the entire class C subnet. What sort of steps would I need to do to configure this? New access lists. For the record, the dhcp addresses are in the range of 10.100.31.64-10.100.31.95. VPN users are assigned an address from 10.100.31.220-10.100.31.240 and there seems to be no issues with that configuraiton. I don't wish to constrain what addresses a user can use should they specify a static IP (10.100.31.5 should be just as valid as 10.100.31.100).
I have an ancient Alteon load balancer which only supports HTTP and telnet access. Our management people only allow HTTPS through the management firewall farm, and don't want to change this policy. So I need a low cost HTTPS to HTTP conversion, ideally on Cisco hardware like an ASA5505. It only needs one concurrent user. Is there a way to configure an ASA 5505 to terminate the inbound HTTPS seession and re-originate a HTTP management session to the Alteon? It looks to me as if the Clientless SSL VPN might do the job.Is there a way to do a SSH to telnet conversion on the ASA, or on a router?
I have setup an asa 5505 with multiple sub nets (plus license) and a vpn tunnel (ipsec) between this and an other asa on a second branch office (multiple vlans) . Now I need to route only two vlans from the first site to reach some of the second branch networks
the tunnelis ok From A to CDE . but from B to CDE won't come up. pinging is unsuccessful as well as all other traffic. the connection profile is setup to have both A and B as local networks and A and B by the moment share the same access rules configuration.
logs show firewall 1 let pass and build connections, without denies, but remote firewall does not receive a single packet from the source ip from network B.
I have a private network behind a configured Cisco ASA 5510. I need to send data back and forth between a server on the inside network and a device on the outside network on port 44818. No amount of configuration is allowing this to happen. The packet tracer always fails on of the implicity "deny" rules, even though my other rule should explicitly permit it. I also realize I need to set up routing from my outside network to the inside network, but I cannot see from the documentation how to do that on this particular port without simultaneously breaking my outside connection.
The inside IP for the ASA is 192.168.25.1 The outside IP for the ASA 192.168.11.54
Here is my current configuration:
: Saved : Written by enable_15 at 08:49:25.956 UTC Thu Feb 2 2012 ! ASA Version 8.2(5)
Is there a way to forward a single port, while leaving the others alone? For instance I want to forward all https traffic on a public IP to an internal server on port 4443. At the same time traffic on all other ports for this IP needs to be forwarded on the original port. It looks like creating a Network Object will allow a single port to be forwarded, but what happens to the remaining traffic? I attempted to create Service Objects that I then assigned to NAT statements.
I just replaced a PIX 501 with a new ASA5505. I had a very weird problem and would like to know what caused it incase I run into it again. The setup is a DSL connection, with an old-ish speedstream DSL modem. Static IP, no PPPoE. I had a PIX 501, then two servers with static NAT entries on secondary WAN IPs. Everything was working fine on the PIX, I just duplicated the config over to the ASA. I swapped out the PIX for the ASA, and rebooted the DSL modem to clear out it's cache. After installation, NAT was working fine for the the global pool, but the systems with static NAT could not get online. I tried lots of different things to fix them, and they never worked. Finally I rememberd running into an issue like this a long time ago, in that the static NAT IP's wouldn't work without giving them a bump-start on the network. So I assigned the ASA each of my WAN IPs, one at a time, and tested them all. After that I went back to the original WAN IP, configured the static NATs, and they fired right up. why did my static NAT entries not work until I first assigned them to the ASA, then swapped back? I did reset the DSL modem when I swapped the firewalls, so I don't believe it was an ARP issue (unless it was an ARP issue at the far end?) I would like to know if there is something I can do differently with the devices or with the config to not have this issue again in the future.
We are migrating from a nother brand to an ASA Cluster running 8.4.5
We have a web-server on an inside interface listening on a non standard port - 20111. We have created a static NAT translating the public ip to the private, so If I do http://public-ip:20111 it works. (we are using a seperate public IP for this service only).
Now I need to create a NAT rule that will forward requests on BOTH port 80 and 443 to the same private ip and the same port number (20111)
The Private address is 10.99.250.20 and the "public" (I've replaced it in this example) is 172.16.16.16 I have managed to create a NAT that will translate 443 to 20111:
Currently a customer has all theLAN devices using a router as the Default Gateway. The router also do the Dynamic NAT to the internet access and has NAT/PAT rules to publish some services like HTTP and FTP. As I know the router will permit all the incoming traffic in all its interfaces without restrictions at less there is an ACLs that restrict the incoming traffic on an specific interface.Now the customer has bought a brand new ASA and wants to use it as the default gateway for the entiery LAN. This means, the ASA will have the internet connection and will be the responsible for the NAT/PAT process.
I have configured the NAT/PAT rules already following the current router configuration, but I need to know if I have to configure ACLs allowing the incoming traffic on th Outside interface for the services I NATed.
I have a Cisco ASA5505 running 8.2(1) and I am using ASDM to manage the firewall. I have a Linux VPN server on the inside with and IP address of YYY.YYY.YYY.39 with a static NAT to the outside with an address of XXX.XXX.XXX.171 . I have a site to site VPN tunnel which terminates on the outside of the ASA on the outside interface XXX.XXX.XXX.190 .Traffic from the YYY.YYY.YYY.0/24 network can't transverse the site to site VPN as there is a conflict of IP address's on the far side so it is natted via a dynamic policy to host address ZZZ.ZZZ.ZZZ.100, Users remote into the inside(YYY.YYY.YYY.0/24) for support via the Linux VPN server (.39) and then need to communicate down the site to site VPN. The problem is that the static NAT for the incomming connections takes preference and bypasses the site to site VPN tunnel for outbound traffic. I tried to create a policy Static nat but it tries to modify the static nat that handels the incomming traffic to the Linux server.
i have 2 internal server sitting in inside interface
inside network vlan 1 ip address 192.168.0.20, and 192.168.0.22
i going to map 192.168.0.20 to public ip routable address 220.127.116.11 and 192.168.0.22 to public ip routable address 18.104.22.168
the purpose is to make those 2 server 192.168.0.20, and .22 to be able to access remotely using public routable ip address,
however, after done the configuration i still not able to ping or access the public IP Address mention above. my both server are turn on and can access internally.both server are also able to access internet. See below partial configuration retrieve from Show Run.
I have a 5505 for a small business that has one web server. The web server has a static NAT entry to an IP address and not an interface. There is an access rule allowing any HTTP traffic to the outside IP of the web server. From the web server I can't access the Internet.
All other computers on the network can access the Internet using a dynamic nat rule that uses the outside interface. The web server is accessible from a computer behind the firewall.
If I delete the static NAT entry for the web server I can get on the Internet.
I have turned debugging on and see that an outbound connection is built and then 30 seconds later the connection is torn down with the bytes 0 SYN Timeout message.
I have an ASA 5505 behind my internet router. i have got only one public ip configured on the router outside interface.192.168.20.0/24 subnet is configured between ASA and router and inside network is 192.168.10.0/24 (Refer the attached diagram).
I have exposed my mail server and ftp server to public through static PAT in router and ASA with the same public on router outside interface. Iam facing issue some of the machines inside my network internet is not working(actually DNS is not resolving) some of the PC's internet is working fine some of the PC's randomly working. i have attached the diagram and ASA config , after this issue is sorted out i need to configure a L2L VPN to my head office.
I have configured the ASA in a very similar manner to how the PIX was set up but I'm having trouble with some hosts on the inside accessing the Internet. Any inside hosts which use DHCP work fine. Any inside hosts with a static IP (and configured on the ASA with a "static" rule) cannot access the Internet. For example, in the config below the server daviker-dialler cannot access the Internet. I've spent a few days working on this now and have started from scratch several times but I'm not getting anywhere. Apologies for all the X's everywhere, didn't like to post anything sensitive on the Internet.
I am mapping static ip address to the local ip address.We have a bsnl broadband connection, and bsnl has provided us with one static ip address.We are using broadband modem.Now I would liket to map this static ip address to one of the private ip address which is 192.168.1.2(database server).i want to do nat above ips if i do so then i dont have no ip to assign to my outside interface.I would like to access this device over internet, by typing my public (Static ip ) given by the BSNL.security device i have is cisco ASA 5505.
I am setting up a Cisco ASA 5505 first time for My organisation, I usually setup Cisco Router, I have 10 Static IP, & Have 6 Server (S-1, S-2, S-3, S-4, S-5, S-6), Traffic Should be pass through the ASA and is distributed to the destination server that is specified in the packet. LAN servers can be separated into discrete networks for security. For example, a private LAN for internal traffic accessed only via remote dial-in VPN sessions and Want to Configure DMZ for Server (S-4, S-5, S-6) that allows public web traffic.
I have Attached My Network Diagram I have some question,
1:- Can we Configure Multiple Static IP On ASA 5505 ?
2:- If Diagram is wrong what change need to be done ?
I have ASA 5505 with basic licence, v9.1, ASDM 7.1. I want to create the DMZ for a web server.
The interface 0 is for the outside network The interface 6 is for the DMZ All other interfaces are for the inside network
My ISP provided me with one public static IP address, one gateway address and a subnet mask 255.255.255.252
1/ I would like to ask which interface I should assign the public static IP address to. Should it be assigned to the outside interface 0, or should it be assigned to the DMZ interface 6, while outside interface would be configured to use DHCP?
I tried to assign the static IP address to the outside interface first, but then when I used ASDM the “Public Servers” feature to configure NAT, I get error message that the outside interface and the public address cannot have the same IP address.
2/ For the sake of peace of mind, I am thinking about using the second firewall, which would be used only for the inside network. Can I connect this second firewall to one of the inside interfaces of the 1st firewall,
I have created a simple static ip address by using this command:
interface Vlan1 nameif inside security-level 100
But, no matter what, the I can't ping the static address or access the computer 10.2.1.2 from outside of the asa 5505. I have attempted to ping from inside of the asa 5505 or from another computer. I just does not work.
I also have created several rules that allows icmp traffic.
icmp unreachable rate-limit 1 burst-size 1 icmp permit any echo-reply inside icmp permit 10.2.1.0 255.255.255.0 inside icmp permit any echo-reply outside icmp permit any outside
I'm new to an ASA 5510 running 8.4(3) and am trying to figure out something regarding time ranges in ASDM. I simply want to allow a single port during business hours only (I'm not concerned about open sessions needing to be closed). So as an example I add a rule something like:
(RULE1 on the internal interface) SRC=INTERNAL DEST=ANY SERVICE=RDP ACTION=PERMIT with a time range set for weekdays 8:00-16:59. I did a test after 5pm on a weekday and was still allowed to do RDP to a server (from INTERNAL), and after using the packet trace tool saw it was still passing through due to a rule a couple lines down (rule 4) that allowed a port range that happened to include port 3389. So my question is if I specify an "allowed" time range and someone attempts access outside that time range, why doesn't it drop it right there? I guess I'm assuming that anything outside the "allowed" time range would be dropped but that doesn't seem to be the case. I'm also assuming the rule base is processed top to bottom.
I followed a few Youtube videos and replicated another ASA's VPN configuration through ASDM to create the Anyconnect VPN on the ASA 5505.
The problem is, after everything checked and triple checked, I still cannot get to https://external_IP. I can post configs if needed, but I really did replicate another ASA almost exactly.An online port scan shows my external IP as "not listening on port 443".However, when I run on the ASA :
I get the following (external IP changed to 22.214.171.124 for the forums):
So it does appear to be listening on the external IP on the outside interface correctly.I went ahead and tried the whole "change the ASDM port" as you can see from the inside interface being changed to 444 but management isn't even enabled on the outside interface so I'm not sure why it is acting this way.
The outside interface is plugged into a DSL modem. I don't think this DSL modem has any real intelligence, but I was going to disconnect the ASA and plug my laptop into the outside interface (on the same subnet) and then see if I could reach it. That was the only thing I could think of...that possibly the DSL modem was blocking the inbound traffic.
I just upgraded my firewall to ASA 5505. Now, my original static ip address cofiguration is gone. Apperantly, Cisco went away from static ip address to something like nat (inside,outside) dynamic interface. how to create a static ip address under version 8.4? By the way, I am sharing what my configuration used to look before upgrading.
I was checking out the config on my ASA and noticed a bunch of static routes configured when I did a show route. With the exception of two that I expect to be there, the remainder point traffic destined for specific internal hosts to the outside interface, i.e.
S private_ip 255.255.255.255 [1/0] via public_ip, outside
I verified that I cannot ping those hosts from the firewall. I logged in to the ASDM. When I check the Configuration>Device Setup>Routing>Static Routes it only shows two static routes, the ones I expect to see. If I look under Monitoring>Routing>Routes, I see the same output as I did on the CLI. I looked around to see if I was missing a key location for this information, and I was able to see the same static routes output in Monitoring>Routing>Routes. Since this is under monitoring though there's no way to delete these routes, and I still don't know where they were configured originally. Then I happened to check under Monitoring>VPN>VPN Statistics>Sessions, and I see several of the private IPs used in the static routes being used by VPN users, including my own! I know I didn't assign myself a static IP for VPN use or anything like that. So, what are these static IP routes? Why do I see them in the CLI and not under the Configuration tab? I mean, I know I can delete them from the CLI but I'm trying to figure out why the info is not synced. Am I seeing dynamically created content based on the VPN connections?
I can SSH from the internet to my ASA on default port 22, directly to my public IP. I can SSH from the internet to my Cisco 1841 on port 2001. I can not however, SSH to my Cat 2960. From what i can tell, on the Cat2960 i can't change the default port 22 for SSH to different port, just like i did on the Cisco 1841. I looked to see if I can change the default port for SSH on he ASA, it does not look like this is an option.
The bottom line is that i want to be able to SSH to all three devices from the internet. I only have one public IP. As of now, what i can do is only SSH to the ASA on default port 22 directly to the public IP and Cisco 1841 on port 2001. It appears that changing the default SSH port on Cat 2960 is not an option. It also appears that I can't change the default SSH port on the ASA, if i could, i would and then i should be able to SSH to the Cat 2960 on port 22. No matter what i did on the ASA, it always listens on port 22 for SSH connections.
show asp table socket TCP 001f549f <<pub IP>>:22 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
how do i make it listen on different port?
Here is relevent config for SSH for cisco 1841 (port forwarding)
With the Cisco ASA-5505, is there a more secure port that can be configured for VNC other than 5901? I am new to Firewalls We have a User who has requested that 5901 be opened but I was advised not to do so for security concerns.