User want to create on 5 network , 100.x , 200.x , 210.x , 250.x , 220.x .at the ASA5510, no enough port for 5 network.So I want to create 4 vlans on eth 0/3. I can create vlan but i cannot run this command " switchport mode trunk" " "switchport trunk allowed vlan list" how can be done for that?
Actually i want to use like thisASA5510-----4 vlans on eth 0/3------switch----vlan200,vlan210,vlan250,vlan220.
Successfully creating a port-forward in ASA5510, ASA version 8.3(1) ASDM6.3(1)?I have spend hours now trying, but I'm still unsuccessful.What I want is a simple: "if this particular ip-adress hits the wan interface on this tcp-port redirect to this inside ip-address on this tcp-port.I have never had any trouble on any other firewall creating something like this, but the ASA is killing me.
I have recently upgraded my ASA 5510 to 8.3 code and honestly I am confused on the best and most efficient way to do many nat translations through it. I have a group of about 100 IP's that need http/https/and sqlnet allowed through for our web farm.
I have a text file with the real and translated IP addresses and in 8.2 I could simply modify it and dump the thing in and make the NAT rules and access-lists. Now with the new object based model I am having a hard time wrapping my brain around how to do this using as few lines of code as possible.
Do I have to create an network object for each and every IP i want to nat through?
I am trying to setup intervlan routing with a Cisco ASA 5510 and two 2960-S switches. The 5510 currently is using ASA Version 7.0(2) and has a base license. I tried to create a sub interface today based on some info I found regarding the routing piece and it didn't recognize the command. I'm thinking I may need to update the IOS code or the license on the firewall. I know the syntax was correct because I looked it up and found it in a Cisco document.
I'd like to create dhcp server pool on ASA 5510. I was wondering how big is the DHCP scope that Cisco ASA 5510 can support? Are there any ASA models which can support up to subnet mask 22 for DHCP scope?
Between our hosting and a customer we have an extended vlan, traveling on a fiber, between two cisco 3560 switches.The thing is, that we want to create one or more vlans inside that extended vlan, in some way if possible?
One of our customers has asked us to Nat from the LAN to the Voice LAN based on destination IP address in order to access a public phone server through a vendor managed voice router..
Internet for everything else | | Inside ------------------------> ASA 5510 -----------------> Voice router ------> outside to public phone server only 10.10.1.0/20 10.10.1.7/320 172.16.20.1/24 Voice-------------------------> 172.16.20.0/24 172.16.20.254/24
Here the ASA5510 has an interface in both networks and the inside network can ping the voice network through the firewall by using non at acls. The phone server can only talk to the 172.16.20.0/24 network. So I need to nat the 10.10.1.0/20 network to the Voice interface on the ASA 172.16.20.254/24.
So I think I need the following static but I get the error below:
static (Inside,Voice) interface 10.10.0.0 net mask 255.255.240.0 WARNING: All traffic destined to the IP address of the Voice interface is being redirected. WARNING: Users will not be able to access any service enabled on the Voice interface. ERROR: Invalid net mask with interface option
I am working on the exact same configuration as noted here [URL] that uses subinterfaces on the asa. I have two interfaces on my stacked 3750's configured as trunk ports (primary ASA on primary 3750 stack member, secondary ASA on secondary 3750 stack member).
My questions is what should the DG be configured on the 3750. Can I keep the 3750 in L2 or will I have to enable L3 routing? Should the VLAN interfaces be configured.
The port that the ASA is configured with has 3 subinterfaces on VLAN 100, 200, and 300.
The subinterfaces are G0/2.100, G0/2.200, and G0/2.300.I am in the middle of converting from 3 separate DMZ switches, each attached to their own port on the asa which is their default gateway to one physical port on the ASA broken into 3 subinterfaces which then connect to stacked 3750's. The stack will then have the 3 separate DMZs in actual separate VLANs.
My goal is to leave the default gateway for each dmz on the ASA so I don't have to modify other areas of the ASA config.
we have a base license ASA 5510, and been trying to get ICMP working to check that we're routing and not hitting any NAT translation. We have a VLAN280 setup to ISP for VPN link to remote site and another VLAN281 for internet access for internal users.
Users can browse internet from (name _inside interface e0/1 access port) which is fine. When I do a ping to remote office through the VPN I get a response pinging from VLAN280 name VPN_Link. When I do a ping from name inside interface I don't get a response both are security level 100 with same-security-traffic permit inter-interface configured.
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.
On our HP switches we have an 'Outside' VLAN where any device connected to these VLAN ports can use the ISP's 'outside' IP addressing for direct Internet access to bypass our firewall. We use this for videoconferencing devices.What is the correct way to do this on a Cisco SF-300-48P??Presently I have ports 1-4 in vlan 50 Outside as 'untagged,' and the same ports as 'forbidden' in vlan 1 Default. Is this the correct configuration?? In HP switches these ports in vlan 1 Default would be configured 'No' and 'untagged' in vlan 50 Outside.Tried talking to Cisco but their phone support is not working.
This is a 2811 rotuer running Cisco IOS Software, 2800 Software (C2800NM-SPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.4(24)T3, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2) Not sure why this isn't working. Can see it expects to parse the command. Can see this device is vtp server. Can see other vlans were defined here.
I have got a wireless project with WLC main office and have 10 sites where ap's are there and ap's getting registerd .we need 4 ssid in all branches same .
ssid guest ssid scanner ssid user vlan 600 main office for scanner 192.168.1.0 in branch vlan 600 for scanner but ip is 172.16.1.0
and bgp is running . And customer is asking me not to edit the ip range or vlan or create new vlan . but in wlc am not able to create branch network 172.16.1.0 range interface and vlan 600 as vlan 600 i already created for scanner main office 192.168.1.0 So is there a way to do that .
Temprarly one site i did like created vlan 610 in branch no ip . And in main office interface vlan 610 given another ip range . and i created interface in wlc . from branch i can connect the ssid and getting ip . But they dont want to create any aditional vlan or another network . Customer dont have a smartnet contract . They recently baught 2 wlc 5508 and 40 ap 1142.
We currently run dual ASA 5510's in A/S config on our main campus. We would like to create a VPN tunnel to a branch campus. Trying to decide between a 5505/5510/5512x, We would like to extend many of the capabilities of our network to the branch campus which will be 20-50 users on a 50mb/10mb internet connection.
Domain login System Center workstation management Cisco WCS Shoretel voip (Cisco NAC?)
Several different VLANs for wireless guest, student traffic, staff traffic, voip traffic, etc. Which device would be best and should we get the security plus license with it?
One is the default GW 10.1.1.13 One is Jump Router for ATT 10.1.1.12 Both connected to HP Procurve L2 switch
The ATT Router is 10.1.1.2Want to replace GW and Jump with one 3750 L3 switch.icomplish this with only one port g0/1 connected to HP Procurve?Can I make the switchport 10.1.1.13 and then create a ip vlan999 10.1.1.12?route all to 10.1.1.2Or do I just connect two ports, and hardcode them with an ip?
Last time, i´ve implemented a Remote Access VPN to my network with ASA 5510 I´ve allowed to my VPN an acces to all my Internal LAn But i want to configure a group of vpn in the CLI for have different group of user which can access to different server or different network on my LAN.
Example : informatique group------access to 10.70.5.X Network Consultor group -------- access to 10.70.10.X Network
I need to know how can i do that , and if you can give me some eg script for complete this Here is my configuration :
ASA Version 8.0(2)!hostname ASA-Vidruldomain-name vidrul-ao.comenable password 8Ry2YjIyt7RRXU24 encryptednamesdns-guard!interface Ethernet0/0 nameif outside security-level 0 ip address X.X.X.X 255.255.255.X!interface Ethernet0/1 nameif inside security-level 100 ip address X.X.X.X 255.255.255.X!interface Ethernet0/2 shutdown no nameif no security-level no ip address!interface Ethernet0/3 shutdown no nameif no security-level no ip address!interface Management0/0 description Port_Device_Management nameif Management security-level 99 ip address X.X.X.X 255.255.255.X management-only!passwd 2KFQnbNIdI.2KYOU encryptedftp mode passivedns server-group DefaultDNS domain-name vidrul-ao.comaccess-list 100 extended
I would like to use a Cisco 1921 at my house and create a "Easy VPN Remote" connection to our ASA 5510 at work. Can I use the Easy VPN Client with the base license, or do I need the security license to take advantage of the VPN tunnel?
How do I submit an RFE (Request For Enhancement) to the Cisco SBR team to encourage them to implement the missing support for VLAN to VLAN firewall rules that was available in the RVS4000 (See [URL]) and that was supposedly added to a beta release of the RV220W firmware (See [URL])?