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i need help to transport a real ip for this scheme 6 years 5 months ago #34763

  • sahir1982
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hi experts,
how are you doing

i have the following scheme

isp---- 3845router----ASA front----ASA back---- 6513 cat switch---3560 switch

so,i am reciving a real ip from the ISP and i want to transport the real ip to the 3560 switch through the asa's and the 6513 switch.

can some one tell me what is the best configurations to handle the ip's from isp to 3560 switch

thanx all
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Re: i need help to transport a real ip for this scheme 6 years 5 months ago #34765

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well, to route it from 3845 to your asa inside interface, you will need public IP's all the way along, if you dont have that, you could try getting up a GRE tunnel from router to your end device.

with out a little more to go on thats all i could say for now. does your 6500/3560 do any routing? (internal gateways)

do you use private addressing on the asa's outside (front) interface?
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Re: i need help to transport a real ip for this scheme 6 years 5 months ago #34766

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well, to route it from 3845 to your asa inside interface, you will need public IP's all the way along, if you dont have that, you could try getting up a GRE tunnel from router to your end device.

with out a little more to go on thats all i could say for now. does your 6500/3560 do any routing? (internal gateways)

do you use private addressing on the asa's outside (front) interface?


hi
yes i am using a routing through my asa and i am using a public addressing too ,
every thing from the asa to 6513 is ok,but the prob is between 6513 and 3560, and yes both are multilayer switches

thanx
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