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I have searched the current answers and have seen quite a few solutions to my question but they are require CL entry, I have a dual wan router (XINCOM DPG-503)  that does allow transparent bridge mode, such that it will no NAT traffic.  I want the ASA 5510 to take care of that.  Can someone provide a walk through on how to set up each interface and what address should be used in the pools for the DMZ, all the instructions on the Cisco website are contridictory should the publicly routable address of the websever be in that pool or is it the private address of the webserver.  I have successufully implemented a simple inside to outside setup, but the DMZ is necessary to host  a publically available webserver.  As mentioned proviously please provide instructions on how to accomplish this via the ASDM GUI as I don't wish to learn the CL commands at this time. Sorry but the GUI is there so I should be able to accomplish this config using it.  Many Thanks,
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Hi Carl....

It is definitely possible to do all this with the Device manager which generally comes installed with a fresh BOX. But before you start using it you need to configure ut internal Interface IP through console (CL). Once you have configured the IP for that interface, you can further configure the firewall(almost most of it) using the device manager.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6121/prod_configuration_examples_list.html
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