I am carving up an internet Class C for customer. This class C is used by 3 distinct QA, Corporate and Production firewalls. I want to carve up IP space so there is a /26 for each environment. The issue I have is the firewalls may need communication with each other via the public IP space. Currently I don’t have any L3 switches in between the firewalls and the edge internet router. So with subnetting, it would seem I need to push everything through the internet router for the intra-firewall communication.I would rather not push this traffic through the edge router, so I came up with an idea to allocate all firewall outside interface IP’s in the 4th (last remaining) /26. That way, I can allow firewalls to communicate over the primary interface IP’s, which will all be in the same subnet – without going through a routing “engine”/device.
For the actual environment subnets (NAT's on respective firewalls), I create a static route on the edge router pointing to each of the firewall’s primary IP’s for the respective environment routes (the first 3 - /26’s).This is still a beta design, but I have done this before on small scale when ISP gave me 2 subnets for example, assuming I was going to put a router in between the customer firewall and ISP. I would use the “routed subnet” on the ASA interface, and then pull the NAT’s from the other subnet. The ISP would have to add a static route directing the NAT subnet to the “routed subnet” correct IP - which would be the firewall outside interface primary IP.I recently found out that with ASA OS 8.4.3 and up, ASA will not proxy arp for IP’s not in its local interface subnet. This means the ISP/router will have to assign static ARP entries on the edge router. This can get messy after the first few NAT entries. So I am debating the design now. I think this kind of stuff going forward won’t be worthwhile with newer ASA 8.4.3 code.
How to communicate between different ASA’s, while still carving up the Class C into usable smaller subnets? The primary reason for doing this in the first place is to support routing on the edge router. I am thinking it might be time to ask for another Class C to do the routing functions, and keep the firewalls all at Layer 2 in one /24 - Class C?
I'm on my way of taking the CCNA Exploration, and even though I haven't got to the LAN Switching and Wireless course, one question does bug me. In your average LAN, does your average switch has an ip address, or is it a 'dumb' device like a repeater ? Is the same true for layer 2 switches and layer 3 switches or is there a difference in terms of IP addressing ? Can you even assign an IP address to a switch ? Would you want to do that and why ?
I have a IBM T23 laptop that I have reformatted and am trying to log onto my wireless internet via a linksys pcmcia card which When I try to connect it tells me I have private IP address and I am not sure how I can reconfig so that I can connect via my router to the internet.
I am looking at this doc to use an ASA + 2911 to do Policy Based Routing with multiple ISPs.From the linked doc, under the PBR scenario, what should the IP addresses be for the routers connection to the ISPs? It isnt labeled.
I have been assigned to create a basic IP Addressing Scheme. The company has a single class B private address range of 172.16.11.0/16 and it needs to be divided into four subnets. They are all based on a single router.
Keep getting DHCP timeouts 169.254.x.x addressing. I think that the client laptop is not giving a response to the REQ from the DHCP server. Am I correct in my interpretation of the debug?
00:21:d7:93:f9:40 from Disassociated to Idle *apfReceiveTask: Jan 18 13:48:24.162: 58:94:6b:d0:41:08 0.0.0.0 DHCP_REQD (7) Deleted mobile LWAPP rule on AP [00:21:d7:93:f9:40] *apfReceiveTask: Jan 18 13:48:24.162: 58:94:6b:d0:41:08 Username entry deleted for mobile *apfReceiveTask: Jan 18 13:48:24.162: 58:94:6b:d0:41:08 apfMs1xStateDec *apfReceiveTask: Jan 18 13:48:24.162: 58:94:6b:d0:41:08 Deleting mobile on AP 00:21:d7:93:f9:40(0) *DHCP Proxy DTL Recv Task: Jan 18 13:48:37.073: 58:94:6b:d0:41:08 DHCP received op BOOTREQUEST (1) (len 308,vlan 0, port 29, encap 0xec03) *DHCP Proxy DTL Recv Task: Jan 18 13:48:37.073: 58:94:6b:d0:41:08 DHCP processing DHCP DISCOVER (1)
I am getting ready to setup avtice/standby failover on our ASA 5520's and have run in to an issue.I currently only have one External IP address available. My Idea was to use a private/placeholder IP address for the standby external IP Address, will this cause any issues with the failover? I know I won't be able to access the secondary from the outside, but that is not an issue.
I've noticed a Class A IP address on our Class C network. What does this mean and how can I determine what's causing this? I've can ping and tracert which gives 10.44.10.34 and 10.44.10.33. The DHCP Scope on the DC is 192.168.3.1 - 3.200.
I am trying to configure QoS on my Cisco 851w router using the class-map command.However it won't accept the class-map command.The router is running cisco IOS version 12.4(15)T10 "C850-advsecurityk9-mz.124-15.T10.bin".
I set globally the QOS on my infrastructure and I want to monitor graphically the usage of each classes.I'd like to do that on my COREs Switchs which are Catalyst C6509.I can achieve that in command line, but it's not user friendly and it's not possible to have daily/hourly graphs.
So the idea is to find the value in the MIBS and put it in MRTG graphs.The only problem is that I cannot find it in the MIBS.
I have tried multiple IOS for the 2821, including service provider, and advanced enterprise, and none of them have the pseudowire-class command.I have compared the features to the ones that do have the pseudowire-class command on the 6500 series and cannot figure out what I am missing.Is that command not supported on the 2821?
I'm currently looking at doing some re-design work for a platform we manage on the ACE.I want to be able to run a single VIP and only do a sticky session based around specific URL's not all. I've got the following configuration to apply a sticky session to a URL. [code]Notice, under the Policy-map type loadbalance http first-match WEB-POLICY-L7 i have two class statements, one that matches the URL L7 policy and applies a sticky farm and the second class falls into the default.Am i right in saying with this configuration, any http traffic hitting the VIP 192.168.1.1 that does NOT match /urltobedefined.co.uk/test sticky sessions are NOT applied. But traffic hitting 192.168.1.1 that does match /urltobedefined.co.uk/test will apply the sticky policy?
I have a request for blocking urls using a class map. I have made this work with HTTP, however it does not work for https. This is a 2851 router with IOS Version 12.4(15)T7. I see i could use the command "match protocol secure-https" however this does not let me specify any specific urls.
Does a new IOS version will support what I'm trying to do? Or if there is another way?
I have a Cisco 871 router that used to have Access list based security. now I am trying the ZBFW for the first time. I thought I had a pretty good program until I found all my traffic was getting dropped. This is my first stab at ZBFWs and I am a bit confused esp with the default class part.
The router is for my house and thus also has to have priority for gaming. I will add the gaming and voice QOS once I get it working,
Guest VLAN has access to 2 IP's in Data for printing. Cisco871#sh run
Current configuration : 8005 bytes ! version 12.4 no service pad
I tried to put QoS in a WS-C3560CG-8TC-S version 12.2(55)EX2.It shows 0 traffic in class-map. Here is the config My question is why I can not see the traffic via class-map?it should in the default Q if incorrect mark.I erased the config and config with the autoQoS, shows the same result.
class-map match-any VoIP description Voice IP Phone RTPmatch access-group 157 class-map match-any WEB description Internal Web, SSL Web, DNS query, Pinnaclematch access-group 153 ! policy-map QOSMARK class VoIP set dscp ef class WEB set dscp cs3 class class-default set dscp default
ACS 5.3 always sends the class=cacs:xyz attribute in an authentication response. How can I suppress that behaviour? The Cisco Email Security Appliance doesn't support multiple class attributes (defect 49096) and even treats guest users as administrators.
Connecting Avaya 9611G IEEE class 1 devices to a Cat2960s. How ever some of the phone are registering as class 3 devices no matter what interface the phone is connected to. Typical port config is as follows: