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ASA5510 and Linksys wirless router

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Hello,
I'm trying to upgrade my D-link wireless router with Linksys x3000. The old D-link is connected to ASA5510 via switch, and get the Internet from the ASA. I configured the D-link with the same subnet of the interface of the ASA and used the ASA as default-gateway. With Linksys I tried to do the same configuration, but it's different in sense that it does not give an option to configure a default-gateway. All I'm able to do is just to configure the lan with subnet only. Is there way to make the Linksys work as access point with ASA.
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You shouldn't need to configure gateway, since it will not be the AP (you're using it just like an AP, not fully as a router) that gives net config to the clients...

There should be a DHCP server for that.

if you want the x300 to be your DHCP server, then you should look for that function to enable in its menu....

HTH.
Bye! :-)
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