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How to run websites behind a Cisco ASA?

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How should one run websites behind a Cisco ASA? Or should we not? Is it better to place it in parallell with the ASA (attached to the same switch) or behind the ASA?

We have a range of external IPs, so if it is possible we would like to use separate IPs for some of the services. Say, the mail server. It must be accessable on smtp, imap and http - preferably via it's own IP.

Any suggestions?
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