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Please canCan you tell me what is the difference between to havehaving both ciscoa Cisco router and ASA appliance in a network and to havehaving only the ASA  ?

I remember that my ISP had set a router in front of our network and I've set a router and an ASA in transparent mode behind it, so I think now if I now set the ASA into router mode and I don't do dynamic routing there's no need to have a router in front of it. Correct?

Please can you tell me what is the difference between to have both cisco router and ASA appliance in a network and to have only ASA  ?

I remember that my ISP had set a router in front of our network and I've set a router and an ASA in transparent mode behind it, so I think now if I set ASA into router mode and I don't do dynamic routing no need to have a router in front of.

Can you tell me what is the difference between having both a Cisco router and ASA appliance in a network and having only the ASA?

I remember that my ISP had set a router in front of our network and I've set a router and an ASA in transparent mode behind it, so I think if I now set the ASA into router mode and I don't do dynamic routing there's no need to have a router in front of it. Correct?

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Cisco router or ASA

Please can you tell me what is the difference between to have both cisco router and ASA appliance in a network and to have only ASA ?

I remember that my ISP had set a router in front of our network and I've set a router and an ASA in transparent mode behind it, so I think now if I set ASA into router mode and I don't do dynamic routing no need to have a router in front of.