I have three external IPs, call them 10.0.0.3-5, from my service provider. I would like to have two internal networks, 192.168.10.x and 192.168.9.x with my servers on .9.x and my desktops on .10.x. Currently all my servers are still on 10.x so my configuration is all on that network.
I have PATs and ACLs allowing and directing the traffic to the proper ips inside, I need to have the internal server reply out the same external ip
It looks like for starts you need to add a third VLAN to your config. You've got outside 10.x and Inside 192.168.10.x and you want a third network for 192.168.9.x
The ASA5505 by default supports only two fully functional VLANs with the option to add a third restricted VLAN.
So you'll need something like this setup for starts. This will allow you to setup three different networks on your ASA5505. The Outside interface has been restricted so that it is not allowed to initiate traffic with VLAN1.
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