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ASA connected to switchport of route configure as a client vpn

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I have a cisco 1921 router with a 4 port switch hwic card.  I've attached an asa firewall and I'd like that to be a client access vpn.  How do I forward all client vpn traffic coming in on the external ip of the router to the asa?
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Create static nat for UDP 500 and 4500

ip nat inside source static udp <ip of asa> 500 interface <wan interface> 500
ip nat inside source static udp <ip of asa> 4500 interface <wan interface> 4500
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Oh yeah, and make sure you allow those two ports through any applied access-lists
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I think that will work.

 If I have a site to site vpn currently running on the cisco router I would need to move that to the asa otherwise it will not work since the router will forward those ports to the asa.
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