Cisco WAN :: Allow ICMP Traffic On ASA 5510 From LAN Interface To DMZ?
Jul 17, 2012
I want to allow ICMP traffic on ASA 5510 from LAN interface to DMZ. I've permit any traffic and added ICMP to the inspestion list also but still there is problem. Belos is the configuration. The image is asa822-k8.bin
I am having some issues with my ASA 5510 (running ASA 8.2) dropping ICMP unreachable-fragmentation-required-but-df-bit-set type messages coming in on the outside interface. I have the following entry in the ACL for the outside interface:access-list outside_acl extended permit icmp any interface outside and there are no other entries in that list that should take precedence and drop the packet. Pings from outside to the ASA work when this ACE is present and do no when it is absent so it is clearly taking effect. I see the following entries in the debug log when sending a large non-fragmentable packet (that would cause an intermediate router to send back this ICMP response) out to the internet through the ASa,As far as I can tell I am not running ICMP inspection; I don't want it to do any stateful magic here since the outgoing traffic would have been ordinary data from another protocol and would not have caused an outgoing ICMP connection to be built to match against.
FTP traffic routed from outside to the inside interface works fine. I have another interface with multiple sub-interfaces and vlans configured. FTP traffic routed from the outside to vlan2_servers is not making it through the firewall. I must be missing something. I have attached my config.
I have little experience with firewalls, what I've learned has been by dealing with issues like this that arise from time to time.I know, I need to upgrade the version. It's in the works now. Anyways, my question/problem is: Today I've received reports of slow internet access/activity and have noticed myself that it seems a bit slow today. On the dashboard of our asa 5510 the "outside interface" traffic usage is running contstantly high. It's at the top of the graph. How can I tell what is causing the spike in utilization. It usually runs at about 1500-2000 Kbps, and now it's up over 10,000.
Cisco ASA 5510. Between 5 to 10 minutes of reseting the asa traffic stop accessing outside ip addresses. Ping from console fails to ISP router IP. Ping to google name server failes. I have reset to factory default only setting up nic and natting and it still happens.
Today I've received reports of slow internet access/activity and have noticed myself that it seems a bit slow today. On the dashboard of our asa 5510 the "outside interface" traffic usage is running constantly high. It's at the top of the graph. How can I tell what is causing the spike in utilization. It usually runs at about 1500-2000 Kbps, and now it's up over 10,000.
I've got a Cisco 1811 router with FastEthernet0 plugged into a cable modem with 5 static IP's. I want to disable the ability for those IP's to be pinged externally except for certain addresses that I specify (I have some offsite servers that I use to monitor the ISP link for example). I also want the ability to be able to ping external addresses from the router as well as any of my inside subnets. [code]
I've tried varying ACL's and applied to Fa0, none of which work [code]
Attached is our network diagram showing the details of our remote office and the corporate side which are connected via private fiber. The workstation (10.10.102.84) can ping the 10.20.0.31 IP address of the PBX but not the .30 address and I know if we can’t ping it we can’t remotely manage it. The 2811 router, ASA 5510 and the 6509-E can ping both IP addresses on the PBX. The ASA logs the error "Denied ICMP type=0, from laddr 10.20.0.30 on interface inside to 10.10.102.84: no matching session" when the workstation pings the .30 address.
We changed the default gateway of the PBX from 10.20.0.2 to 10.20.0.1 (2811 router) and we were able to ping both IP addresses from the workstation but the SIP trunks from the Internet stopped working (they NAT to the .30 address). Because calls may be forwarded from the PBX to the corporate network (via IP phones) we will eventually need to change the default gateway to10.20.0.1 and still need the Internet SIP trunks.
My two questions are, how do we resolve the issue of pinging the .30 address from the workstation and then when the time comes how do we resolve the issue with the SIP traffic reaching the .30 address when we change the default GW of the PBX to the 10.20.0.1 address of the 2811 router.
So I have my shiny new (used, but new to me) 5510 finally working and installed in my Dev network. I need to have icmp (ping and trace route) available from the inside network. I Google and found a few articles on how to do it. I tried modifying the class maps, but it looks like there are changes in the commands in 8.4 and the articles I found evidently were for 8.2 and lower. I tried doing it with access lists, again from examples and traffic stopped in all directions (not good) so I am back to being functional and how to do it in 8.4. Documentation seems sparse on the net with 8.4
I have ASA5505 configured with internal network as 192.168.15.0 and default gateway 192.168.15.1 From the inside network, i'm able to access internet and able to ping all website (enabled ping). and all internel network devices can ping each other. Except i cannot ping my gateway (ASA5505) 192.168.15.1. I'm continously seeing this message on the log, when i tried to ping.. How to fix this?
Denied ICMP type=8, code=0 from 192.168.15.xxx on interface inside
replace xxx with my network devices that try to ping the gateway..I dont want outsiders ping my gateway, i need ping for inside internal network only.
I have an ASA5510 running version 8.4. ICMP is blocked from the internet to the outside interface of our firewall but now our ISP is requesting us to allow ICMP from their network to the outside of our ASA. I need to allow ICMP from three blocks of IP Addresses?
I am in the process of installing a 3750x (IOS 12.2 (53r) SE2 IP Base) Cisco Catalyst switch in a new network of just 2 PC's (2 hosts, OS windows7 64Bits). I have enabled SVI interfaces with the both hosts installed in 2 different network segments. We then start connectivity test. The response time for the PING command between both hosts remain below 1 millisecond, whereas the response time between the hosts and their correspondent SVI interface is variable, and at all time is higher than 1 millisecond, sometimes it reaches 17 milliseconds. (Note that the switch CPU usage is only 8% at the time of testing) We have performed this same connectivity test changing the 3750x switches and in two different locations obtaining the same results.
I am working on an ASA 5510 on 8.4 IOS and need to know how to limit icmp to just a single host? What I would like to do is be able to PING from the Inside interface 10.X.X.X to host 220.127.116.11 on the Outside, but thats it no other host would be PINGable.I tried MANY different access-list statements but the only way I can get icmp out and working is using the "fixup protocol icmp" but then everything is PINGable and the ASA does not block anything.
My question is can my traffic goes from inside interface to outside interface? (because the inside interface address not from 10.0/172./192.168 private address)Also I'm allowing internet from this email server (18.104.22.168) so what my access list to be configured? and what my subnet mask shoud be there?
Pix(config)#access-list outbound permit tcp 22.214.171.124 255.255.0.0 any eq 80 Pix(config)#access-list outbound permit udp 126.96.36.199 255.255.0.0 any eq 53 Pix(config)#access-group outbound in interface inside
I am not receiving icmp replays from the fswm interfaces if i try to ping 172.20.80.1 from 10.50.50.2.I do not see any debuging info in the logsI successfully ping 10.50.50.2 from the inside networks int the cat6500, but int the network 172.20.80.0, can not ping 10.50.50.2.
There is a remote server that downloads info from a server here at HQ. When the dowloads start the rxload on the S0/0/0 interface jumps to 98 percent or so; rxload 250/255. I needed to limit the bandwidth utilization between the servers, so I added the below line to the LAN interface on the remote router.By adding the command, it reduced the download utilization -which is what I wanted.
access-list 185 permit ip host 10.6.27.1 any ! int f0/0 traffic-shape group 185 10000 8000 8000 1000
Question:How would applying this to the LAN interface cause the download utilization (Coming from s0/0/0) to decrease?
i want to monitor interface traffic in/out by eem and the if the values is overer than some value i will change the policy. for example my router is 2821 is have 2 fastEthernet port , i want to monitor the traffic on fasE1/0 if traffic over than 80Mbps i will change some configuration ( example: change next-hop on static route) for via traffic to interface fasE1/1 for reduce the traffic on interface fasE1/0?
I have two ethernet adaptors on my windows machine. OS is Win-XP.I am running ADSL broadband on LAN1 and on LAN2 I am accessing applications on our company's WAN. LAN1 is on 192.168.1.0/24 subnet and LAN2 is on 10.68.104.0/22 subnet.Accessing application through LAN2 involves DNS that is located distantly, therefore routers are also in picture.Problem is that while accessing the application that run on the network of LAN2, I have to disable LAN1. Otherwise the traffic goes on LAN1.
I have an ASA-5505. [code] I have an Exchange server on the 10.10.10.0 network. I need to be able to allow Active-Sync and OWA from the Guest WiFi through to the Exchange server on the 10.10.10.0 network. The Guest Wi-Fi uses external DNS so traffic is going out to the Internet and getting an IP address which is of course assigned to the Outside interface abd trying to come back in on that interface.How do I make this do what I need? How do I setup the rules to allow this traffic?
I'm having some problems blocking IP blocks. I have several blocks of IP's that I want blocked.I want to block 188.8.131.52/8 from communicating with a server on my lan.So I make a rule in the RV042 to deny all traffic from 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11, source wan1, destination lan, my server's ip,As soon as I move that rule above the traffic forwarding rules I have created, no traffic moves in or out via the wan interface. It seems to just cut off all traffic.
I have my main branch router (3825) and two remote routers (2821's). They are connected through leased lines that do not touch the internet. For various security reasons I have to ensure that the traffic from the remote's are encrypted in a VPN tunnel even though it is still part of a private network.I have went ahead and created the tunnels and I can verify that they are up. I have applied the cryptomap to the correct interfaces, etc.So the question is - How do I ensure that traffic is not just being router out of the interface from the remote sites back to the branch router with or without using the VPN tunnel? I've taken down the tunnels and of course, the traffic is still being passed back and fourth.
I have a number of WLCs/WiSM2 running 18.104.22.168 (still using WCS for management). The management interfaces for the controllers are on a purely private subnet. While going through the intenet edge ASA logs I noticed some traffic drops for the controllers on the Inside interface. I took a packet capture from the controllers and found that they were sending TCP traffic to a number of IP addresses (Microsoft, Hotmail and Google) - always with a src port 2028 (submitserver) with the ACK/FIN flags set. Why this traffic is coming from the management interfaces? The management interface is not used by any wireless clients and is not the default interface for any of the SSIDs.
I have a number of WLCs/WiSM2 running 22.214.171.124 (still using WCS for management). The management interfaces for the controllers are on a purely private subnet. While going through the intenet edge ASA logs I noticed some traffic drops for the controllers on the Inside interface. I took a packet capture from the controllers and found that they were sending TCP traffic to a number of IP addresses (Microsoft, Hotmail and Google) - always with a src port 2028 (submitserver) with the ACK/FIN flags set.
We have a 2911 Router running 15.0(1)M4. G 0/0 is our LAN interface, and it has three subinterfacesG0/0.1 is our data LAN, and the gateway for our Windows machines. This is the interface this question concerns.G0/0.23 is a separate LAN for various equipmentG0/0.192 is another LAN for equipmentG 0/1 is connected to the internet, and has a public address.S 0/0/0 is a T1 PPP, connected to our core data centerS 0/1/0 is a backup T1 PPP, again, connected to our core data center.There are three static routes entered:ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.12.1.1 100 This is the first PPPip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.13.1.1 200 This is the secondary PPPip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 255 It currently has a cost of 255 while i figure this one out. xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx represents the cable company gateway, which I can ping properly. I've also used "gigabitethernet 0/1" in place of the next hop ip with the same results. The public interface is properly connected, and can ping it's next hop (the cable company gateway). When I change the static route for gigabitethernet 0/1 to a cost of "0", the router can properly ping DNS names, such as google.com through the public interface.
However, devices on the data LAN cannot reach any public addresses except for the router's public interface, let alone DNS names (I am using 126.96.36.199 as my test IP). If I revert the cost back to 255, making the PPP the gateway of last resort, these devices can again connect. (they travel through the PPP to our Data center's internet)
This confuses me. If our server, on the same LAN as the router can ping the public interface (it's definitley not leaving the 2911, as latency is less than 1ms), and the router itself can ping outside addresses, what is preventing the router's public interface from passing traffic to the internet from any source other than itself? I have attached our running config in the hopes that there is something obvious I'm missing (the public ip addresses have been changed so they are not exposed). I simply want clients on our 10.23.0.0 LAN to get to the internet via the public interface of the local router, and still connect to corporate resources using the PPP links. MAS_2911#sho run
Current configuration : 5666 bytes ! ! Last configuration change at 01:47:50 eastern Sat Sep 24 2011 by redacted
we have a Cisco 3825 router which does not work well with a DSL modem(ISP provided). I have configured the Gi0/0 port of the router to plug into this DSL modem but it does not ping to the ISP gateway. If we do a shut/no shut on the interface then it work fine for about 30 secs. Sometimes even for 1 hr. Then the packets drop and we cannot pass any traffic through this interface.
Now, if the ISP connection is terminated on a computer it works fine. It works fine without dropping any packet.I have tried various options like using a straight/cross cable. I have tried to configure the interface negotiation for 100/full, 100/half, auto/auto and almost all the options.I have also tried to interconnect the devices using a L2 device like a HUB. Nothing works.