I have some clarifications regarding ASA firewall, it can be support bandwidth management and content security at the same time. we are looking for below features in ASA5510.
IP/Policy based bandwidth management.Controll the bandwidth and allocate the bandwidth to specified users or servers.Content Security. If not, which device I need to set for Internet Bandwidth Management and content security.
I have to upgrade to an ASA 5510 CSC, and the new license is generated, the file you sent me licensing, only seen this:Activation Code not required for this renewal. Please go to "Administration> Product License" in the CSC SSM console and click "Check Status Online" to get the latest expiration date (BASE: 09/04/2014, PLUS: 09/04/2014).This means that what I have not make any upgrades or license charge in the ASA? Does the automatic update is made?
We have a Service Policy rule setup on our 5510 for SMTP traffic.
Problem is, this week someone sent a larger email 20+mb to dozens of recipeints and the outside interface was hitting 10mb, which is not what I would have expected with this rule in place, so I'm questioning the configuration. We know it was email because I disabled the server that receices our outbound mail to apply a signature and the traffic dropped immediately.
We want to have a ASA5510 with both IPS function and Content Security feature, while I checked on Cisco website, looks like ASA5510 or 5520 only have one SSM slot, so I can only use either AIP module or CSC module, does it mean I can not get both features at the same time.
Right now I want to have IPS function and anti-spam, anti-virus, antiphishing, content filtering, URL blocking such feature, so what do I need to buy to have all of these function in one device?
Is it possible have Content Security and Control Security in a ASA 5585-X? I´m asking because the CSC-SSM is only supported in ASA 5540, 5520 and 5510 and I dont know how it feature ca be supported on a new ASA 5585-X.
Our requirement with that appliance is to do URL blocking and filtering.Are there any other options we can consider or is it SaaS only. Would have preferred Trend Micro, but don't this is possible with this appliance.Will content security be offered on the Cisco ASA 5500-X Series?At this time, content security services are not supported on the Cisco ASA 5500-X Series appliances. However, the ASA 5500-X Series Cisco Cloud Web Security ready. Cisco Cloud Web Security provides content security as a cloud-based software as a service (SaaS).
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The question is what i need to add the CSC10 SSM with content filtering and url filtering to this version of ASA? Do I need more ram? Do I need more flash? Is this version compatible with the CSCSSM hardware? What licenses i need for 100 users?
I run a website for a local football team using Serif Webplus X6. On uploading the weekly updates of the site the process seems ok for a few minutes with progress bars showing uploading of files but then it all stops and I have to reset my wireless network adaptor 1703 and it continues but I can't just leave it to work on its own. Device manager says that the drivers are up to date but I'm fed up with having to nurse the adaptor. This didn't happen with previous computers.
I have 20 mbps internet link and I have ASA 5505 . I have to divide this bandwidth 10-10 mbps each for Voice and Data . So that both can work properly. because when I am using it for both on same interface, I am getting Voice disturbance..
We have an ASA 5525 running version 8.6(1)2 and a 10 MG pipe. I have execs that want to limit bandwidth on users for stuff like youtube, stream media, and downloads. I found the article on ‘Bandwidth Management(Rate Limit) Using QoS Policies’ so it appears our firewall can do what we want. I’m not a cisco person. My knowledge is limited when it comes to configuration – that’s why we have SmartNet.
Can bandwidth be limited on end users and/or can they limit the ‘bandwidth rate limit’ to just youtube, steaming media, and downloads? If so, what should the limit be? and I’m assume this would be for ‘incoming’ traffic only? we’re running into some bandwidth hogs – usually youtube and/or streaming media. We have a Barracuda web filter which we’ve used to block and monitor activity but I simply do not have time to babysit this all day. I should also mention we do have critical data running up and down the pipe; such as credit card processing, DB replication between in house DB and hosted website, TPCx and EDI, FTP, and such that we don’t want restricted.
Recently i had a requirement for implementing a Qos on one of my Mpls link which is of 2Mbps, the requirement was to allocate a bandwidth of 512kbps for each connect that comes in and 512 kbps for out going, and it is in ASA 5510 firewall.
So i have done the configuration successfully, now the issue is, the bandwidth is limited to 512kbps only for all the connection,how many may be the connections, it working below 512kbps,
But my requriemt was for the first connection, it should allocate 512kbps , and for the second another 512kbps so on.its not happening, the bandwith got struckup at 512kbps , all the connection are sharing this bandwidth only.
I'm new to IT, and have been put in charge of managing our servers hile my boss is on vacation.We currently have a Sonicwall Network Security Appliance that handles our Firewall/VPN and have web content filtering set in place.I have a user who belongs to 2 CFS policy groups that we have set up. I've double checked with Active Directory, and he is a member of both groups.
This person SHOULD have access to Job searches/ and Restaurants,but receives a "content blocked" message on his browser.It appears to me that the settings in Sonicwall are correct, as well with AD member groups.
I seem to get conflicting information on using the Management port as a regular routed interface on the ASA5510..The management interface can be used for the traffic that passes through the firewall as well. The Security Plus License for the ASA 5510 is required in order to use the management0/0 port as a regular interface. With a base license on the 5510, the management0/0 port cannot be used as a regular interface.
I believe that I saw another post that mentioned it was part of the standard IOS if you had a later version.
I have a cisco ASA firewall 5510.Just i have configurd for 1st port as nameif ouside witch public ip, 2nd port as a nameif inside with local ip, and done the nating, dhcp and dns. now i am able to get internet from inside port, which is getting dhcp.up to that it is ok.
And I want to restrict bandwidh 1Mbps for local port (2nd port) how to config 1Mbps banwidth allocation for port no 2, I mean nameif inside should have 1Mbps limet.
We have a small cisco 1800 series workgroup router that seperates our network from the outside world. The data coming into our network goes into the router on interface fa0/1 and comes out on interface fa0/0. fa0/0 is split into 2 sub-interfaces (fa0/0.2 and 0/0.3). These sub-interfaces correspond to a desktop and server vlan on our network. The workgroup router is connected to a 3560G trunk port (we'll call it switch 1) and switch 1 connects to another 3560G (we'll call it switch 2). Recently I was asked to add another layer of security to our network by installing an ASA 5510 firewall and forcing certain types of traffic to authenticate using their domain credentials for our network. The firewall was set up between the router and switch 1 in transparent, multi-context mode. There are 2 security contexts, 1 for the desktop vlan and 1 for the server. Both have the same security settings applied to them since we want the same behavior regardless of whether they are trying to access the servers or the workstations.
After I have upgraded our ASA 5510 to 8.4.2 I have problem with the management interface.Our former firmware 8.2.3 had no problem using the management interface as a DMZ zone, but after we upgraded to 8.4.2 we can't make it work.The interface and the protocol is up, when I type: show interface.But when I ping the interface from a computer connectet to the interface, nothing happens. Even the logging shows nothing.
I have a 20/20 MB circuit and an ASA 5510 and I am able to setup policing were the interace gets 512k down and 128k up so when I conduct a speed test with one user I get 512k and 128k and when I conduct a speed test with two users each gets 256k and 64k. [code] What I want to happen is that each user gets 512k and 128k until a saturation point is hit and then I want the ASA to slow all users down equally.
I'm working in my lab trying to do proof of concept for traffic policing on the ASA 5510 running 8.0(4). I have two laptops running Ubuntu one on the outside and one on the inside. Both laptops have 100Mbps interfaces. My tests consists of downloading a file from one laptop using HTTP. Without any QoS I can see speeds close to 100Mbps which I would expect. On a side note, try using XP and you won't come close to those speeds. Anyhow, I implement policing using the config below and expect to see the max rate on the laptops during the transfer max out close to the CIR. However, I see speeds much higher on the laptops.
When I set the CIR to 10000 bps with bc at 1500 bytes I get speeds that range from 300Kbps to 700Kbps. I would expect to see speeds max out at the CIR which would be 10Kbps.I'm having a hard time understanding why my numbers don't match.
I have setup a 5515-X in transparent multi-mode and setup 5 security contexts with inside and outside ports, one admin and 4 others. The problem I have run into is setting up a management IP for each context. On one of my other transparent firewalls in production we were able to apply an IP to the security context (not interface) however the new firewall is running the latest software and this same functionality is not available. The only options for IP in context mode is IP AUDIT. So my next plan was to create sub-interfaces of the management interface and assign one to each context however the 5515-x does not allow sub-interfaces on the management interface. How I setup a management IP on each context?
Another interesting thing i read is that the managment IP assigned to a context (if i could figure out how to set it up), has to be in the same subnet as the data interface which if fine but it also says that the management interface should not be connected to the same switch as the data interface because of MAC address table update issues, meaning that i could not use a sub-interface of one of the already configured context ports.
I am using ASA 5510 Firewall and i have established VPN tunnels too , now i want to Monitor the bandwidth utilization , i have installed PRTG Monitor application and want to add the firewall , how to enable the SNMP in ASA .
Im currently doing a project, and building a machine/ bastion host with DHCP and a content filter.Its running XP. Any recommendations for the content filter that will run on XP and is also free and popular?
I have a WLC 4404 installed and we would like to manage the bandwidth per SSID. Today we have configured many SSID because our campus has a lot of wireless users and any SSID has only one class C subnet (/24).
We would like to configure each SSID with more subnets. is this possible ?
Additionally we need to restrict the bandwidth per SSID. is this possible ? We have some SSID for less important users and we would like to assign the bandwidth per SSID.
I am trying to restrict bandwidth for a particular LAN IP address on my network using policy maps but it does not seem to be working, My LAN IP address is 192.168.20.199 which i am trying to limit the bandwidth on.
I setup a WLC5508 with 2 SSIDs, one for guest traffic and another for internal users. They are in separate subnets and are routed out to the internet via 2 different isps, with the guest network going over a bonded t1 and the internal users going out the primary internet connection for the company. While this works as desired and we've verified that while on the guest network we're going out the right isp, we've encountered an issue with saturation of the bonded t1 pipe by guests. We'd like to find a way to limit a guest to a capped down/up stream if possible, with downstream being the most important. The infrastructure includes 3560 switches and AIR-CAP3502I-A-K9 access points.