Disabling Proxy-ARPs in ASA no one can go to Internet after some minutes!
Hello guys, While I disable Proxy-ARPs on Cisco ASA's outside interface, after awhile, no connection to outside (Internet) can be established. However default route to ISP is exist. The ISPs gateway and ASA outside IP address are in the same subnet
ASA model is 5540 (version 9.1(5)) and default route to ISP is configured statically.
Note: NATs are done in the ASA and ASA is connected directly to ISP via a switch with default configuration.
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