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Cisco ASA 5510 as a router

eskirvin asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
A pair of Cisco ASA 5510's were purchased to create a VPN tunnel that is no longer going to happen. I want to use the ASA's to replace two linksys routers which are moving traffic for over 100 users. These routers aren't meant to pass the amount of traffic and are locking up frequently. I've attached the beginnings of my configuration. I want these two devices to do the following:

1) Provide a private DHCP pool.
2) Provide PAT between the Private and Public networks.
3) Allow devices from the private network to access the internet via the sat model at xxx.xxx.xxx.65

What needs to be changed to my attached config to allow these to work? I don't need them to act as a firewall at this time, but I would like to implement that later.
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