Cisco Firewall :: Management Port On ASA5505?

Nov 7, 2011

I have interfaces defined on the 5505:
interface Ethernet0/0
switchport access vlan 2
interface Ethernet0/1


I only need one interface to connect to a single host on the inside (VLAN1) and then connect E0 to a DSL.
Is it possible (are what are the commands required) to take one of the other interfaces and create a Management port on the local office LAN?

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I've got a client with a Management Port set up for Out-of-Band management. Here's the configuration of the interface and some relevant static routes:
interface Management0/0
description MGT
speed 100
duplex full
nameif Mgt

The route through Mgt interface is required as my client accesses the device from a subnet that isn't local to M0/0.Unfortunately, now any traffic originating from outside and destined to is choosing the Mgt interface. I had thought that the 'management-only' keyword prevents this from happening (traffic traversing between interfaces).
There is a broad scope of /16 addresses on the 'inside' so just swapping destinations won't work (the client wants to avoid a routing table with 50+ static entries, understandably)My temporary solution was to do this:
route inside
route inside
route Mgt
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object network INSIDE-HOSTS
object network Slingbox
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I just bought a Cisco ASA5505. I'm trying to opening a port range through CLI, but it doesn't seem to be working.
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In the last couple of days however despite nothing having been changed in the configuration the frequency of this connection drop has increased to the point where I would lose access to the internet within an hour of rebooting the ASA.  It does not seem to matter whether or not there is traffic currently going out or not, inside computers just appear to suddenly lose internet connectivity.
I have tried the following without success:

1) I completely wiped the configuration (configure factory-default)

2) I changed the port the cable modem was connected to (eth0/0 -> eth0/7, changing switchport vlan accordingly)
I thought perhaps 2) had fixed it but it lasted a whole 2 hours before I woke up this morning to find that none of the internal equipment had internet access despite the fact eth0/7 was showing as up/up in ASA CLI.
This morning I manually set the eth0/7 port to "speed 10" (10Mbps, full duplex).  It was previously set to be auto-negotiation (default) on both speed and duplex.  As of this post it has managed to keep the outside connection up for 3 hours - but I'm not optimistic that it is fixed.
Interface counters have never shown any collisions, errors, etc - only packets input and output as expected.
Since the problem persisted across ports (eth0/0 -> eth0/7) I'm wondering whether or not the problem could either be faulty memory, or some kind of speed/duplex incompatibility between the cable modem and ASA.

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