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We have a CISCO ASA 5510 at work. We want to configure the same such that it can serve specific IP addresses based on the MAC address of the clients.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance


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migrated from Feb 23 '10 at 20:47

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You can't do it on an ASA. Not yet, anyway (8.2(2))

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I have only worked with routers, but you can do this with IOS on them. It is called a static mapping. Here is a link to the instructions to do it with IOS, maybe they work with the ASA as well?

It works by putting a text file with the mappings on a tftp-server, and telling the router how to get that file.

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