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Allow TrendMicro virus definitions update from remote location

Posted on 2011-10-24
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How can I allow access on my cisco asa 5510 for a remote location to be able to update the virus definition?  I need client at Loc. B to be able to update virus definition from Loc. A.


Here is my setup.
Loc A.
Cisco ASA 5510
TrendMicro Server

Loc B.
Cisco ASA 5510
TrendMirco Client
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Is there a VPN tunnel setup between the ASAs?  If so you can just point the client to the server as if it were on the local network.

If not, is Loc B on a static or dymanic IP?  If static, you can safely punch a hole in the FW and lock down you ACL so only traffic from that IP can get through.  If it's a dynamic IP you are better off pointing that client to Trend's servers for the updates rather than punching a hole and allowing traffic from a range of IPs.
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by:Wazzume
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there is no VPN tunnel between the ASAs.

Loc B. is on a static.  What is the command on the ASAs that would allow this.  What traffic is allow for the TrendMicro client update?

Thanks in advance.
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Providing it's been left on default ports:
http://esupport.trendmicro.com/solution/en-us/0126019.aspx

I don't know the commands off-hand since I normally use ADSM.  You'll have to setup an ACL and NAT.

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*ASDM
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does anyone know the ios command for this?
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