Adding an additional block of IP address to my cisco ASA 5510

Posted on 2011-10-07
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I need help adding an aditional block of ip address to my firewall . I ran out of static ips so i called AT&T they gave my a new rage of ip.

can some send me step by step instuction on how to add the new IP block to my asa from the GUI intarface
Question by:papichulodr69
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    Are you trying to replace the existing address with one from the new (larger) block?  The ASA doesn't support secondary addressing so you won't be able to add the new block to the outside to supplement what's already there.  There may still be a way you can use the new block, for example in a DMZ segment, but we'd need to know more about your particular topology.
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    If your provider forwards the new range to your asa as well you can just use them like the range you already have (creating statics, access lists, etc.). No need for extra configuration.

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