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Directly Connected networks

This may be in the wrong forum, but I have a small issue:

I have an ASA 5510 that has two directly connected networks that I need to talk t oeach other.  One is 10.25.240.x and one is 172.16.10.x.  the 10.25.240.x is on the inside interface of the ASA and the 172.16.10.x network is connected via a vlan to e0/0.  My old domain is on the 10.25.240.x network and I want to be able to establish a trust between the old and the new so I can migrate the Active directory and the email accounts over to the new domain/forrest.  A simple route statement should be able to do the trick, I would think?  Any thoughts?

David

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Re: Directly Connected networks

What type of interface is e0/0? Does it have the same security level as "inside"?

If so you need to enable same-security-traffic to allow communication to take place.

ACLs and nat exemptions will be needed for both networks if traffic flows through the ASA. No route is needed as these are directly connected networks on the ASA.

I hope this helps.

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Directly Connected networks

Hi,

on recent version NAT control is disabled so it's not mandatory to do NAT anymore to communicate between two interfaces.

Regards.

Alain.

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