Sophos UTM and Cisco ASA 5005 NAT/routing

Hi,

Our enviroment

My LAN= 192.168.157.x

Customer LAN 2.14.224.x

My Sophos UTM has 192.168.157.70 ip and an interface with 172.16.0.3 wich is a exchange LAN created between out both LAN networks

Cisco ASA has 172.16.0.1 and some objetcs defined NAT, for example:

PC1 192.168.157.1 at ASA 172.16.0.1 and the, a rule to route traffic to 2.14....network

At my Sopho there is a SourceNAT wich translates source ip 192.168.157.1 to 172.16 network changing  to 172.16.0.1

Of course there is something wrong because  I can not  ping or telnet ports from my computer at 192.168.157.x

Any ideas?

Reagards
heze54Asked:
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heze54Author Commented:
Hi,

Any idea?

Regards and Thanks
BudDurlandDirector of ITCommented:
I'm having trouble sorting out how things are connected.  You say the customer's network is on 2.14.224.X.  This looks like an internet -facing network address.  Are you trying to connect the two networks over the internet?  It appears you have an internal network fof 192.168.157.x.   Is the 172.16.X.X network the customers internal network?
heze54Author Commented:
Hi,

Not...

My network is 192.168.157.x and my firewall 192.168.157.70

My customer has installed a firewall and router and it's remote network is 2.14.x.x.They use an Asa firewall  to stablish a new network between both called 172.16.x.x.
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BudDurlandDirector of ITCommented:
It sounds to me like you should set up am IPSec VPN between the Sophos UTM and the Cisco.
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Network diagram would help m8 :)
heze54Author Commented:
Hi,

I installed a cisco router and configured NAT..now it works

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