I need advice :-)
There is a task - to connect 2 ATMs in the corporate network. Isolate from the local network. The question is - if I will use one external address for two ATMs - how can I connect from OUT to each for maintenance and management? Or maybe there is a more beautiful solution for this problem? As a firewall will be used by Cisco ASA 5510.
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Ideally you need to configure a VPN for this. As your firewall is quite old please provide the firmware version so I can give you a specific configuration commands.
You other option is to use NAT
You can do this with NAT (you might see this as port forward as well). The idea is when you try to access the external ip in port eg 10001 this will be mapped to the internal ip of the 1st ATM and likewise external ip port 10002 will be forwarded to the second ATM.
for example if your external IP is 220.127.116.11 then with port forward
1111:10001 --> ATM1
1111:10002 --> ATM2
Thanks for your reply!
Yes, our firewall is very old :-)
Software version is Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.4(2)
Device Manager Version 7.3(2)
Are you talking about VPN Is it about the site that site IP SEC VPN?
Yes, as an option, I can use a solution as VPN. Please, tell me where I can see examples or read about setting up such access. Thanks.