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Hi,We have requirement that VPN users coming from outside the firewall need to PAT to one IP address of inside. However we have already PAT used for inside users to access outside internet. Although the VPN users PAT can be achieved, I just need to k...

pemasirid by Beginner
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I have half a dozen, late model 2800 series routers connected to 30M+ cable modem connections running recent IOS and CBAC firewall.  Very simple config.  NAT overload on the public interface of the router.  Inbound acces-list that allows ICMP traffic...

tato386 by Frequent Contributor
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The locality field in all of my IPS alerts is "OUT". I have seen a few examples on the web where the value is "IN". Is there any way to influence this value? I know you can configure an Internal Zone in the anomaly detection function, but is there so...

bleuenbe by Beginner
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Hi,I am changing the configuration settings from one interface to another interface like moving DMZ interface config from ethernet to GigabitEthernet ( added module). My question, after the change, do I have to clear the arp or any other thing? Thank...

Hi all,I need help about ASA 5505 and DMZ and Base License,This is what I found i documentation:"For example, you have one VLAN assigned to the outside for Internet access, one VLAN assigned to aninside business network, and a third VLAN assigned to ...

Resolved! QoS on ASA5510

Hello everyone,I just have a question. Recently I've implemented QoS on my ASA 5510 to prioritize my voice and video against regular data. I've read a lot about, what's is said to be the best queing method for voice, LLQ, unfortunately I discovered t...

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