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Cisco ASA

Cisco ASA

Cisco ASA

I am having some issues with my asa. First off I am more familiar with cisco routers and not asa configurations. I have a site, who's isp didn't send a router. So I would like to use the asa to act as one. I can't find any documentation on using it in this way. in other words, no nat, full public ip routing. a /30 on the isp side and a /28 on the lan side. any help/suggestions would be appreciated.

RE: Cisco ASA

Hi Hahjoel

You can do a no nat-control on the firewall,they only thing you will need are just access-list permit the different subnets

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