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How do I configure an ASA 5505 to pull a DHCP address from a bridged DSL modem/router?

I have a remote office that I am hooking up to our corporate network and this particular site has a centurylink adsl2+ router that I need to negotiate an rfc 1483 via DHCP connection across. The dsl ...
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625 views

Using a Cisco ASA 5505 to forward PXE (WDS) Requests

I have a Cisco ASA 5505 that uses around 5 NICS for different networks. Currently I'm using my ASA to route traffic as it's the only Cisco device I have capable of the small amount of routing ...
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ASA 5505 outside access for clients with dynamically assigned IPs, no outside access for clients with static IPs

We have an ASA configured to access the internet, which works fine for clients who have an IP address assigned by DHCP, but not for clients with manually assigned IPs. For instance, with the DHCP ...
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Cisco ASA DHCP clients not routed

I got a Cisco ASA 5505 (8.4) , I got a Wap 200 sitting on a port as an AP. Sometimes (wireless) computers getting IP's from the ASA DHCP server cant get on the internet. Configuration looks like ...
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server 2008 R2 and asa5505. DHCP through DMZ

I'm trying to configure our network to separate it through DMZ. Basically allowing full access from each network to the servers but blocking access from these networks communicating with each ...
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111 views

Server 2008 R2 vs ASA5505

We have a cisco asa5505 and we run DHCP through a server 2008 R2 box. I did an 80/20 rule with another server 2008 RU machine (on this network) but when the primary server went down it did not ...
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656 views

WDS server & Cisco ASA (DHCP)

My setup: WDS server (w2indows 2003 R2) located on subnet 10.1.1.10 Various site locations all on different subnets. Eah site has a Cisco ASA firewall configured to respdon to DHCP requests. ...
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209 views

Basic ASA 5505/DHCP/Routing Help

I have been given the task of bringing multiple development servers currently living a mile away in-house and configuring the network to accommodate them. I've done little more than stick jack A into ...
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two DHCP servers on the same network - possible?

On my network, I have 3 remote sites and one local that all receive DHCP through our central dhcp server. all the sites have ASAs with dhcprelay and so on. I have two domain controllers - is it ...
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785 views

Cisco ASA - DHCP Relay doesn't seem to be working consistently

I'm having an issue where some users on one of our DMZ networks aren't getting a DHCP address from the Windows DHCP server on our internal interface. Being that not everyone is affected is making ...
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How to properly add guest essid to cisco AP and asa5505

I have an ASA5505 configured with an inside and outside interface and DHCPD for the inside interface. Currently I have a cisco AP (forgot the model) broadcasting only a single essid for the internal ...
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ASA DHCP Relay configuration

I'll make it simple, I have locations in different cities, connected using 2 Cisco ASA devices. my main location, corporate, use the IP 192.168.1.x The second location, remote store, use the IP ...
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DHCP Scope, subnets, unsure

In my network, I have three remote locations that use different subnets then the main location. They are connected to the main location through cisco ASAs. they are as follows: 192.168.0.1 location ...