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I have a cisco ASA 5510 firewall and presently VPN users from outside can connect only to one server (192.168.1.1).
Instead we need the VPN users to connect 192.168.1.0 network and also LDAP ports for LAN and DMZ must be opened.

How to edit the config and make the above changes

also first i need to save this config to my local pc and in case if any issues i can restore the saved one,

also how to configure the firewall to block social networking sites
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>>also first i need to save this config to my local pc and in case if any issues i can restore the saved one

Oh yes! you ar eonly as good as your last backup :)
See Backup and Restore a Cisco Firewall.
I'd also issue a copy running-config flash command and put a backup on the firewall as well :)

OK, to change the VPN from one IP to the entire subnet you need to locate and change two things;
1. The interesting traffic ACL
2. The 'No Nat' Statement

You dont say what version you are running so the NAT statememnt advice will depend on that
Find out your Cisco ASA version (Operating system and ASDM)

>>LDAP ports for LAN and DMZ must be opened

You mean an asset in the DMZ wants to authenticate to Active directory? If so see the following article
Cisco ASA - Allowing Domain Trusts, and Authentication

>>also how to configure the firewall to block social networking sites

For an oler firewall (not a next Gen one) thats better done with something other than the firewall you can block stuff like this, but its not very scalable,

Pete
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i will do the same and update asap
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Hi,

You can take backup of the ASA config with the help of TFTP server you just need to download TFTP server and take backup with below command on ASA .

ASA#copy start-up config to TFTP or Copy running-config to tftp server

it will copy the config file to TFTP server once this is done you can make changes and then try whether everything is working fine or not .If not then one can restore config file from TFTP server on ASA with below command.

ASA#copy tftp start-up and then enter. It will restore config file as it is.
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thanks for the solutions
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