I'm confused on a cisco asa 5505 router setup I'm working. Not sure at this point if the problem is my router or my proxy server.
I have configured the cisco router for Vlan1 and Vlan2 traffic going out eth0 (default route). The eth0 interface connects to the "inside" interface of the proxy server. Proxy then prompts for authentication and sends the outgoing packet to the "outside" interface that faces the Internet.
My problem is when I connect multiple devices on either vlan1 or vlan2 my proxy server only see's the connections as a single connection. The proxy server shows the MAC of the cisco's eth0 interface from the Cisco router.
I'm new with Vlan's. Does the traffic going out eth0 on the cisco box all get tagged with the MAC of the eth0 interface? Is there a way to configure my router to display the MAC of the requesting device? Otherwise I don't see how the proxy server can determine how many devices are requesting Internet access.
I attached my network map in PDF.
I appreciate your input and hope to understand this very soon.