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ASA-5505-UL-K8 max public ip address question

Posted on 2009-05-11
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Someone mentioned to me that the ASA-5505 base license has a maximum of 2 supported outside IP addresses, and if I wanted to direct more through it, I need an upgrade.  I'm not finding this supporting doc, does anyone know if this is true?  To clarify, I want to support 3 outside addresses to static's inside...  thanks!
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The Base lic for the ASA 5505 has a limit of 2 outside SSL VPNs and some other limitations as far as maximium conenctions, VPN tunnels, and throughput, but no real limit on the number of statics AFAIK.  

Here is the model sheet as proof:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/prod_models_comparison.html

Hope that helps.
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That's what I read as well.  Thank you!! :-)
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