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I have a question about configuration of an ASA 5505 to work with a IP Based Credit Card Reader in a retail business.

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The card readers are IP based and will communicate with a processing company via TCPIP. With these readers placed behind the ASA what are the security configurations to allow these readers to connect and transport data out and in to the processing company?
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This is something you'll likely need to contact the processing company about, unfortunately.

Most likely, there won't be any special configuration, as most of these devices use common secure ports that are already open on the ASA. However, if the software uses special ports, you'd need to make sure these are allowed to pass through the firewall in order to have it allow that traffic.
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Thank you for the prompt response. I will wait to see if any other comments are posted.
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