I have an ASA 5505 for my home lab that I would like to integrate with my linksys wireless router. The only purpose is so that some of my laptops can wirelessly connect, i don't care about any other features of the linksys. Is this something that can be done on an ASA? If so, what IP information should I configure the wireless router with?
When looking at the Liinksys IP configuration it asks for the local IP which I can give a 192.168.x.x address. But for the internet IP address/mask/gateway what information should I give it? The ASA is already configured with my public IP. I thought maybe I could give the Linksys my ASA's VLAN IP as the internet IP....but it doesn't seem right.
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