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Configure Remote access to ASA 5505 from outside

I want to be able to create a policy that allows me to access my home ASA from the outside. I have a static address. Is there a way to set it up so that I can navigate to the ip address followed by the port number?

I would like to do it via ASDM if possible.

Thanks
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vmagan
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
What type of acces. Ssh Telnet VPN .?

Post your config
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vmaganAuthor Commented:
I want https access
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MattCommented:
What would you like to do with https access?

Normally, https is used on ASA to access VPN using CISCO AnyConnect (SSL VPN)...and if you have only one IP address, you will not be able to publish your service on SSL port except if you will listen on non-default port...

One IP with SSL = SSL VPN access
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
Post you current running config so we can take a look

I again will ask what are you trying to do?

If you need to just access the asa5505 to configure it remotely then you just need ssl or telnet setup.

As Matt said above HTTPS is used for VPN using anyconnect

You do not need anyconnect you can set up PPTP VPN which from a Windows 7 or 8 just setup the standard VPN connection and it works .

Once you are connected using VPN then you can Telnet SSH even use ASDM

Post the config
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Mmm, the problem with allowing HTTPS access to the ASDM ot via telnet, is how do you know what IP address you will be accessing it from?

Connecting to and Managing Cisco Firewalls

A Better approach would be to setup AnyConnect, then allow management to the the remote subnet and ad a 'management access inside' command to the config.

Regards,

Pete
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vmaganAuthor Commented:
I'll post config when I get back. I already have vpn setup but wanted to by pass vpn and connect directly to my firewall so that I can manage it remotely.
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
You really do not want to do that if you do that you leave your router wide open to attacks

VPN is the best and most secure method of connecting to your network.

Exposure like your are asking for is not good practice.

Still would like to see your config when you can post it
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mcammidgeCommented:
If you have a static IP at the remote location (I.e. where you would be connecting from) this is easy enough to do by running the following command

http server <your-static-ip> <your-net-mask> outside

(this assumes other HTTP commands are already present) and "outside" is the named interface for your WAN interface.

if you are on a dynamic or want access from multiple locations I'd go with the other expert's and trust a VPN.
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vmaganAuthor Commented:
Went with the vpn. Thanks
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