Virtual Server through Cisco ASA
Posted on 2009-04-29
I am responsible for a domain Called business.com who has a website, and exchange, and database for all employees. Everything works well.
Now I have been charged with adding a virtual server to the network, not related to the domain. I have created the Virtual server and remote access through RDP through a separate port (3394) and verified connection. The security/firewall is a Cisco ASA 5505 security appliance. To connect to this server from the outside they connect through RDP with the IP address and the new server listening port 3394. I have 7 IP addresses at my disposal however am only utilizing 3 & 1 web, 1 mail and 1 database program. This is an ongoing process so changes will be made as the needs of the new server change¿
I have no idea what is going to be on this server it is not a part of the company and therefore no company information is supposed to be on it. No browsing should be allowed to or from this machine.
This is going to have several sub-questions attached, I am sure as one is answered I will throw in another.
To start the question series &
How do I prevent browsing this new virtual server which is still a workgroup server, to and from the existing business.com domain (Network places/neighborhood)?
I have been asked about a private IP for this server so more than likely one of the 7 IPs will be dedicated for this server. How do I accomplish this through the ASA box?
Thanks in advance.