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Installation of cisco asa 5510 firewall

2 ASAs sandwiched between Core Switches & WAN routers. Configuaration help reqd.

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  • kunikash Mar 21, 2009

    do have user manuals.



    core switches are running hsrp for users. i wish to create similar hsrp interface for connecting both the FWs with the Core. ASAs need to be in Active/standby mode. how the cabling should be done.



    WAN routers are ISR 2811s. can the etherswitch modules be used as L2 switch.

  • kunikash Mar 22, 2009

    plse recommend...

  • kunikash Mar 22, 2009

    any one plse..

  • kunikash Mar 22, 2009

    hi,



    thanks for your reply. your doc talks much about tftp process.



    actually my reqt is somewhat different. i have configured 2 core switches back to back connected with port channel. work group switches are connected to core forming ring lke architecture. HSRP & STP handling access traffic.



    Now, 2 asa 5510s need to connected to the core switches, since asa's would be operating in act/pas mode both the core switches should be connected to each FW. want to know how the cabling should be done and configurations thereof.



    informatively, i have 2 ISR 2811 with integrated ethernet switching modules.

  • kunikash Mar 23, 2009

    anybody plse..

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Hello kuniksh,

Look at the below link for all configurations
http://www.akadia.com/services/cisco_router_firewall.html


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Do you have the user manuals and what spesific instructions do you require.

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  • Ekse Mar 21, 2009

    This is above my expertice, repost to get more assistance, There maybe one or two experts in this website that can help you.

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    There is a link below my solution that says repost to get assistance from other experts.

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I am sorry.the problem you posted is above my experience.thank you

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