Cisco ASA 5505

Hello,

I have a Cisco ASA 5505. I have 5 Static IP addresses assigned to my Verizon internet account.

10.10.10.52
10.10.10.53
10.10.10.54
10.10.10.55
10.10.10.56

Subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 and Gateway is 10.10.10.1

How do I use all 5 external static IP addresses and using NAT assign those addresses to 5 different internal VLANS.

10.10.10.52 > 192.168.52.0
10.10.10.53 > 192.168.53.0
10.10.10.54 > 192.168.54.0
10.10.10.55 > 192.168.55.0
10.10.10.56 > 192.168.56.0

I am most concerned with how I would use all 5 static external IP addresses.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Thanks,
VizroyAsked:
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apathy42Commented:
It depends on what you're wanting to do with them.  Either way, you're going to want to go into Configuration (I'm using ASDM here, it's a lot easier when you're setting up NAT), select the Firewall section, and go to NAT rules.

1) Inbound static NAT - create a rule with source interface of whichever internal VLAN and destination interface of outside.  For the source address, either create or use a network object containing the server you wish to expose.  For the destination address, create a network object for the outside address you want to use (10.10.10.53, for instance), service should be any.  In the Translated packet section, you would do "Source NAT Type" of Static, "Source Address" will be --Original --, and destination address will be the real internal address.

2) Outbound dynamic NAT (PAT) - create a rule with source interface of whichever internal VLAN and destination interface of outside.  For the source address, either create or use a network object containing the network addresses you want to NAT.  For destination, I would recommend "any" and service "any".  Source NAT type will be Dynamic PAT (Hide), source address will be the external address you want to use, and the destination address will be -- Original --
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VizroyAuthor Commented:
I am sorry for the delayed response. I have not had the time to work on this the past couple of days.

The problem I am having is how do I associate all of these addresses to the outside Verizon internet line. My internet line connects to my outside port (10.10.10.52). How do I get the other 4 addresses to work through my internet connection?

for example, where would I place the address 10.10.10.53?

Thanks.
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