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On my 5510, NAT rules appear to be needed for successful communication between interfaces at different security levels.On Ricky's 5540, the security levels alone are sufficient to control flow between these; no NAT rules are required.I'd say that was...
This seems to be a perennial problem... I have had the ASA-5510 running pretty well for a year or two, configured to simply segregate traffic by security level of the Interface: Management0/0, security level 100: "management", can open connections to...
The default access rules on this box allow incoming IP from "any" to "any less-secure network". plus a global (outgoing?) "any to any", with no rule for the WAN connection. That's enough to let all my devices reach the outside world, and for more-sec...
Still looking at my old ASA-5510... I'm confused by the relationship between ARP and DHCP information.In the DHCP server table, some devices (not all) show a client ID which is not their 36-bit MAC address, but a 40-bit value which is apparently the ...
My lab is behind an old ASA5510 box (yes, I know, legacy hardware, but it does give us the Vnet isolation and some firewall protection).For testing purposes, I need to have one of the devices attached be assigned a stable address by DHCP. Unfortunate...
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