ASA5510 and VLAN interface

Hi,

I have a ASA5510 that have all the interfaces occupied but i need to add some more DMZ

If i dedicate an interface to the Ouside for Internet, can i have my LAN and one or two DMZ in the same interface and have access-list applied to it just like it would have been with physical interfacce ??

Thanks



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craigothyCommented:
Yes, as long as you have a vlan capable switch (802.1q)
example:
http://ciscoconfigs.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=26
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zwart072Commented:
You have to create on one physical 2 or 3 subinterface. Then you configure those subinterfaces just as you used to do with the physical interace! connect the physical interface to a trunk port on you switch and you have created one or two DMZ
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fox54Author Commented:
For security reason. is it best to have a physical interface for outside, a physical interface to inside (the LAN and also native VLAN1) and have trunking on the other ports to allow multiple DMZ ?

Like
interface Ethernet0/0: Internet (security 0)
interface Ethernet0/1: LAN native VLAN1 security 100
interface Ethernet0/2.10 DMZ1 security 5
interface Ethernet0/2.20 DMZ2 security 10
interface Ethernet0/2.30 DMZ3 security 15

Also is there any security risk associated with this kind of setup ??





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craigothyCommented:
no real security issue. just remember you are sharing the bandwidth of the physical interface across three dmzs.
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