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Resolved! port forwading

Hello,I am trying to set up a simple port forwarding rule and cannot get it to work. We basically have a setup with 2 one-to-one nat rules:10.40.140.164 <-> 1.1.1.110.40.140.165 <-> 2.2.2.2I need to set up a rule so that anything going to 1.1.1.1 ove...

So I have an ASA 5510 connected to our ISP that's providing us a block of 5 static IP's.  One of the interfaces is setup to use one of those IP's.  The other interfaces that are configured are all directed to and seen as that static IP.  When I try t...

backpage1 by Level 1
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Hi All,I'm not able to access a vlan from another vlan.Let me explain it deeply:I've got a 3750 switch connected through a non switched port to the asa.I've implemented ospf routing to pass directly all the vlans behind the 3750 to the asa and it's w...

Hi Gurus of CiscoI want to synchronize my devices that are on the outside interface (please see the image bellow)My Firewall has the following configuration:!interface GigabitEthernet0/0 nameif outside security-level 0 ip address 181.66.39.100 255.25...

a.guillen by Level 1
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We have recently purchased a Cisco ASA 5512-X and I'm just curious if there is anyway for the ASA or a 3rd party tool working with the ASA, to monitor Decode/Reencode SSL traffic? Otherwise, anyone can simply access a ssl web site e.g. https://www.yo...

saicuser1 by Level 1
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                   I think i have configured an ASA 5505 for DMZ.There is an outside ip 96.229.98.123, which should allow remote access (3389) to a computer which should bea DMZ, 10.1.1.99.I am unable to get to this computer (windows XP) using the ou...

Hi gurus of Cisco.Could you explain me please, what meaning this line:!First Natglobal (outside) 101 36.161.215.110 netmask 255.255.255.255nat (inside) 101 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0!Seconf Natnat (WAN-Inside) 0 access-list WAN-Inside_nat0_outboundnat (inside) ...

a.guillen by Level 1
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