My ISP asked me to change my cable modem. I have done that and now internet does not work when going through my ASA5505. When I connect directly to the modem (bypassing the aSA) - internet is okay. Do I have to reconfigure my ASA because of the modem switch? I do not remember or know if the ASA had either the MAC address of the old modem or an IP address that may now be different. Thanks for any tips provided.
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How to configure Site to Site VPN on a Cisco ASA. (version: 1.1 - updated August 6, 2009)
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