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notshaiMemberAug 16, 2013 at 9:01 am #162169
Verizon is activating a line for us today they call a “10 meg” or a “LAN”.
They said the only requirement is a regular fastethernet interface.
Instead of using the Cisco 1841 we currently use (T1), i thought of using a clean factory default ASA 5505.
1. Will this idea of using an ASA and skipping the Router alltogether work?
2. never worked with an ASA before, what other points do i need in order to make the test work?
by test i mean getting an Internet access by connecting an internal LAN switch to one of the ASA ports and having a PC get online access.
once this test works, i will obvisouly need to recreate the various NATs and CALs i currently have on the 1841.
any advice would be appreciated.
this is what Verizon provided:
NOTICE: This Ethernet Order (MUST) be assigned a /30 Address to be used
on your WAN Side Interface. All CIDR allocations will be routed
statically or via BGP.
* Ethernet: II
* Ethertype: 0x0800 (IP), 0x0806 (ARP)
* CRC: 32-bit
* MTU: 1500 bytes
* ARP: Enabled
* Proxy ARP: Disabled
* IP WAN interface: /30 subnet
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.252
VZ side IP:
Sample Config Ethernet: II VLAN TAGGED:
(Note the VLAN Tag will be available at the end of the install process.
We will provide it as soon as we receive it from telco. Thanks.)
no ip address
encapsulation dot1Q xxx !!(MANDATORY vlan tagging ID)
ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.255.252 !!Verizon provided WAN IP
ip address LAN IPs
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 WAN IP VZ side
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