1 public server, 1 private server with a Cisco ASA5505 inbetween, is this hard to do?
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not really seeing anything "interesting" there to be honest... are you maybe trying to use it transparently as a layer 2 firewall? if not then you'll need a different network on each side of the firewall, as currently you appear to only have the one.
well you're using words like "behind" and "infront" so that's suggesting a layer 3 boundary (which the asa can do, so no router, but it's two seperate networks of course)... you can use the 8 ports as a vlan capable switch too, yes.
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 04-03-2008 at 09:22 AM.
Does the Cisco ASA5505 act as a gateway? For the server that is only connected to that, with an IP fo 10.0.0.3, would it have to have a default gateway like 10.0.0.1 to be able to connect to the Cisco ASA5505?
Or do you only need a default gateway if its going to be accessible on the internet?
I think you're getting your network terminologies a little mixed up here. a "gateway" is a layer 3 routing point - a firewall or a router, you can't buy a physical thing called a "gateway". The phrase "Default Gateway" is just a very simplistic way to refer to a route of last resort, which is also normally the first resort on a standard server.
I'm still concerned that you're only saying the 5505 has one ip, when it'll need at least 2 to be a layer 3 device.