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IPv6 inside/outside ASA or router

Posted on 2012-03-16
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INTERNET ----- ASA ---- LAN

That is what we have today. the outside interface has got a public IP e.g. 80.1.1.1, the inside interface has a private IP and is the default gateway for my LAN (e.g. 10.10.10.1).
And of course there is NAT.

How is it going to work with ipv6? There is no NAT, I will get a block of ipv6 addresses from my ISP... and then? :)
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by:Don Johnston
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You'll assign the address provided by your ISP to the outside interface and use the block of addresses on the inside.
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by:m1979
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does it mean I will get two IP ranges: one for the inside and one for the outside
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No. You'll get a range for the inside and a single address for the outside.
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Thanks
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