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  • bensecure
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    Hi There,

    We have our ESXi 6.0 host behind our ASA 5505 firewall.

    In one switch port of the firewall we have a /28 IPs going to it and another /29 Ips in another.

    In one port we have a DMZ setup on it to assign VMs for public access. These VMs have a public IP and using the gateway of the DMZ interface on the ASA firewall.

    The other switch port we have our other set of IPs going to our internal VMs all which have private IP and our ASA firewall using NAT.

    What we need to do is (i think ) is set up a static route one the ESXi host so that the VMs using public IPs can exit the ESXi host and go out via a specific IP which happens to be the DMZ interface. Currently now how we have it set up no traffic can exit our public VMs as it dows not know where to go. Can someone tell us if we need a static route or something else. We have two physical NICs so we can dedicate one to our public VMs.

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