I joined the community today because I need some help. My company wants to create a VPN Tunnel to allow a remote office to connect to ours. I purchased 2 ASA 5505 and I was expecting to be able to set this up without any issues. Sadly, that is not the case.
What I'm having trouble with is configuring my Public IP Address to the device. I go through the setup wizard and enter the IP Address like normal, but I have no option to input my ISP's subnet, Gateway or DNS. Without those, I get no internet connection. I know there is a way to do this, but I'm stumped.
Can anyone help me?
2 ASA 5505 series
ISP Modem (Which they control) - SMC SMCD3GN with DHCP disabled
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