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Hello, we have a ASA 5505 firewall and here is the problem.

There is a new company moving into the building and they will use our internett connection. But the problem is that we are both running small business server and cant be on the same network.

Is there any way i can use one of the ports on the ASA box to go to a seperate network?

The inside network today is in the 10.10.1.0 range is it possible to setup a diffrent network lets say it is called 192.168.1.0  where  both networks use the asa box to get out on the internet?

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Yes, but not with the base license - you'll need to enable VLANs and VLAN trunking, which requires the Security Plus license. Set up a port or ports, put them in a different VLAN, and set up rules for that VLAN to separate the traffic.
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