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I am currently trying to configure a Cisco ASA5505 for a field site.  Admittedly, I know little about configuring these so I'm trying to use the ASDM GUI interface.  Here's my question.  We have a DSL connection at the site.  We have a single static IP address that I've been able to configure on the outside interface and I've been able to configure the inside interface.  I THINK I have to configure a static route to the Gateway address from the ISP don't I?  If so, I'm confused by the settings inside that configuration.  It prompts for Interface (I chose Outside), then Network (do I choose Inside Network or Outside Network)?

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Interface should be outside.
Network 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
Gateway IP from ISP is whatever it is they gave you.
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by:chattiegirl
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Okay, so I just changed this.  I think this is correct, but I could be way off base.

I changed it to inside interface, any network, and the gateway address.  Correct??????

Unfortunately, I'm not on site to test it or I'd play with it until it worked.  It needs to work when I ship it.
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Just got your comment pclinuxguru and made the change to outside.  Thanks!!!!
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