Hi, im a cisco noobie trying to set up a cisco network at home. The equipment i've got is a Cisco ASA5505 with security plus license and a Cisco 3560 switch. I've done some basic switch setups before and almost no exprience with ASA. I've been in the ASDM on it but nothing else. My scenario on the ASA should look like this:
I need eth0/0 - Outside that get its IP from a DCHP withing my ISP’s net
Then I need eth0/3 - Inside that run DHCP 192.168.1.100 – 192.168.1.250 with normal Internet access and normal LAN access. This should use eth0/3 through eth0/8 since the last two Ethernet ports has PoE. This way I can use the last two ports for the Cisco WIFI radios with PoE within my LAN.
Third I need a eth0/2 – DMZ on the 10.1.1.0/24 net where I can host two servers. One server with port forwarding : port (UDP): 9987, port (TCP): 30033, port (TCP): 10011. And another server with port forwarding : port (UDP): 17479, port (UDP): 31000.
Is there anyone that can help me out setting this up? I might be able to set up the interfaces but im having serious problems with the NAT/PAT or access rules...
Okei, i now have managed to get inside, outside and DMZ interfaces to work. I've got normal internet access from both inside and DMZ. Now i need to make rules for the port forwarding on the DMZ interface. Should i use NAT, PAT or ACL for this?