I see this question get asked a lot on forums, most people never touch the firewall, 'if it's working leave it alone'. OK lets not run to the comms rack with a laptop and get stuck into the problem, get all your ducks in a row first.
Then ring the old ISP make sure you can log a technical call without having to give them a password, (that everyone's forgotten), or the only person who they will talk to left the company five years ago. Warning: Sometimes you find that if you have used the public IP your ISP gave you on your laptop, that when you plug in the ASA it won't work, (this happens because the router 'caches' the MAC address of the Laptop, and get confused when the ASA uses the same IP). If you have other sites with VPNs to you, they will need changing to point to the new public IP address. Now you've read all the above, you have a better appreciation of what you might break, and how much downtime to expect. Again never assume the outside interface is called 'outside', I've seen all sorts of naming outside, Outside, Public, WAN etc.
Now you know the interface name, you know know its physical name, (GigabitEthernet0, Vlan 2, etc.) You have all the information you need to change the IP address, subnet mask and default route. In the ASDM you go to the same sections you did above, select the interface or route, click edit, then make the change. Before we look at anything else we need to make sure the ASA has connectivity to the Internet, and THE ASA can ping a public ip address (Note: I said the ASA, not something on your network). If this fails, ensure you can ping your ISP router (default route IP) this should be pretty easy to troubleshoot with the assistance of the ISP. If you have public IP addresses statically mapped to public IP addresses from your old ISP range then these will need to be changed.
To do the same in the ASDM, is a little more convoluted you need to check every NAT rule and see if you have one thats type is 'static' and has an IP address from your old ISP range, then you can change it accordingly. If you have site to site (IPSEC) VPN's then these will have gone down when the public IP address changed. For remote workers using the older IPSEC VPN client, you will need to send them a new PCF file to import into their VPN client with the new IP address in it, (unless they are pointing at your public DNS name, then you simply need to change the IP address that the DNS name points to). I think I've got most stuff covered, if I've missed something that's caused you problems let me know, and I will update this article accordingly (contact link below). You can follow the post below if you want to connect two GNS3 on two different PCs together or to connect an external device on physcial network to the GNS3 network.
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This document shows how DNS Doctoring is used on the Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) to change the embedded IP addresses in Domain Name System (DNS) responses so that clients can connect to the correct IP address of servers. DNS Doctoring requires configuration of Network Address Translation (NAT) on the ASA, as well as enablement of the DNS inspection.
The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment.
Unfortunately, the remote client cannot access the application server with the private address.
Unfortunately, the local client cannot access the application server with the public address. Failed Configuration 2: If you configure the DNS Doctoring NAT line after the necessary twice NAT line, this causes a situation where the DNS Doctoring never works. This chapter describes how to use ASDM to configure the ASA 5505 as an Easy VPN hardware client.
Note The Easy VPN hardware client configuration specifies the IP address of its primary and secondary (backup) Easy VPN servers. Figure 12-1 shows the types of tunnels that the Easy VPN hardware client initiates, based on the combination of attribute settings. The basic settings for the Cisco ASA 5505 determine whether it functions as an Easy VPN hardware client, and if so, whether it exposes or hides the IP addresses of the hosts on the inside network from those on the enterprise network, the group or user security settings it uses to establish a connection to the headend, and the primary and backup headends to which it connects.
The following sections describe how to assign settings to the attributes displayed in this window.
With the exception of the User Settings area, ASDM requires that you assign settings to the remaining attributes in this window before you click Apply if you checked Easy VPN Remote. The Easy VPN hardware client supports one of two modes of operation: client mode or network extension mode. Note IP address management is neither required for the Easy VPN hardware client inside interface nor the inside hosts.
Step 4 Click Apply only if the configuration of the Easy VPN Client is complete and you have opened the Easy VPN Remote window to modify attributes in the Mode area. When configuring the Cisco ASA 5505 as an Easy VPN hardware client, you can specify the pre-shared key or the name of the trustpoint configured on the Easy VPN server. Step 4 Click Apply only if the configuration of the Easy VPN Client is complete and you have opened the Easy VPN Remote window to modify the group settings. Step 3 Click Apply only if the configuration of the Easy VPN Client is complete and you have opened the Easy VPN Remote window to modify the group settings.
Step 3 Click Apply only if the configuration of the Easy VPN Client is complete and you have opened the Easy VPN Remote window to modify the user settings.
Before establishing a connection with an Easy VPN hardware client, you must specify the IP address of at least one headend to act as the Easy VPN server. Name or IP Addressa€”Enter the IP address or DNS name of the headend to serve as the primary Easy VPN server and click Add. Step 3 Select an entry and click Move Up or Move Down to prioritize the client connection attempt to the associated Easy VPN server. Step 4 Select an entry and click Remove if you want to remove the associated Easy VPN server from the list. Step 5 Click Apply to save the changes you made in this window to the running configuration.
Note The ASDM session retains the settings in the window if an error window identifies objects that conflict with the configuration of the ASA 5505 as an Easy VPN hardware client. Note Each area is optional and is independent from the others; the attribute settings in one area do not require settings in another area of this window.
Devices such as Cisco IP phones, wireless access points, and printers are incapable of performing authentication. Step 4 Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for each additional device you want to exempt from user authentication requirements. Step 5 Select an entry and click Remove if you want to remove the device from the list. Step 6 Click OK, then Apply if these attributes are the only ones you are modifying in the Advanced Easy VPN Properties window.
The Cisco ASA 5505, operating as an Easy VPN hardware client, supports management access using SSH or HTTPS, with or without a second layer of additional encryption. Step 5 Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for each additional network or host for which you want to automate the creation of an IPSec tunnel for remote management access. Step 6 Select an entry and click Remove if you want to remove the device from the list. Step 7 Click OK, then Apply if these attributes are the last or only ones you are modifying in the Advanced Easy VPN Properties window.


By default, the Easy VPN hardware client and server encapsulate IPSec in User Datagram Protocol (UDP) packets. Step 3 Click OK, then Apply if these attributes are the last or only ones you are modifying in the Advanced Easy VPN Properties window. You can configure the Easy VPN hardware client to accept only connections to Easy VPN servers with digital certificates identified by a specified certificate map.
The ASA 5505 supports the following authentication mechanisms, which it obtains from the group policy stored on the Easy VPN Server. When enabled, this attribute requires users behind the ASA 5505 to authenticate before granting them access to the enterprise VPN network. This attribute sets or remove the idle timeout period after which the Easy VPN Server terminates the client's access.
Upon tunnel establishment, the Easy VPN server pushes the values of the group policy or user attributes stored in its configuration to the Easy VPN hardware client. Use Table 34-2 as a guide for determining the group policy attributes to modify on the Easy VPN servers. Specifies the IP address of the primary and secondary DNS servers, or prohibits the use of DNS servers. Specifies the IP address of the primary and secondary WINS servers, or prohibits the use of WINS servers.
Specifies the IP subnetwork to which the DHCP server assigns address to users within this group. Lets a remote-access IPSec client conditionally direct packets over an IPSec tunnel in encrypted form, or to a network interface in cleartext form. Note IPSec NAT-T connections are the only IPSec connection types supported on the home VLAN of a Cisco ASA 5505. This document describes how to configure the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) in order to learn routes through the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), which is supported in ASA Software Version 9.x and later, and perform authentication. Two threads are created per context per EIGRP instance in multimode and can be viewed with the show process. Note: Use the Command Lookup Tool (registered customers only) in order to obtain more information on the commands used in this section. ASDM is a browser-based application used in order to configure and monitor the software on security appliances.
After you complete the previous steps, define the networks and interfaces that participate in EIGRP routing on the Setup > Networks tab. The Cisco ASA supports MD5 authentication of routing updates from the EIGRP routing protocol. You can also use the show eigrp topology command in order to obtain information about the learned networks and the EIGRP topology.
The show eigrp neighbors command is also useful in order to verify the active neighbors and correspondent information. The ASA comes up on the link and sends a mCast Hello packet through all of its EIGRP-configured interfaces. The ASA receives Hello packet and sends an Update packet with an initial bit set, which indicates that this is the initialization process. R1 receives an Update packet and sends an Update packet with an initial bit set, which indicates that this is the initialization process. After both the ASA and R1 have exchanged hellos and the neighbor adjacency is established, both the ASA and R1 reply with an ACK packet, which indicates that the update information was received.
This section includes information about debug and show commands that can be useful in order to troubleshoot EIGRP problems.
The Output Interpreter Tool (registered customers only) (OIT) supports certain show commands. You can also use the debug EIGRP packets for detailed EIGRP message exchange information between the Cisco ASA and its peers.
With this configuration, whenever a new acl entry is added in the ACL, the Eigrp-network-list EIGRP neighborship is reset. Since EIGRP sends the full topology table to a neighbor when the neighbor first comes up, and then it sends only the changes, configuring a distribute list with the event-driven nature of EIGRP would make it difficult for the changes to apply without a full reset of the neighbor relationship. When an adjacency is torn down and reestablished, all learned routes between particular neighbors are simply forgotten and the entire synchronization between the neighbors is performed anew - with the new distribute list in place. Most of the EIGRP techniques that you use in order to troubleshoot Cisco IOS routers can be applied on the Cisco ASA.
And that's great until you move offices, or get a newer faster (or cheaper) Internet connection.
The ISP always reserves and issues the same IP details to you because you have a mail server or have VPN connections etc). Your Current Internet Connection: I know you're going to turn this off, but if there's a problem and everything 'goes to hell in a hand cart', you might need to connect back to this one in a hurry, (best not to look like a clown because you deleted all those settings and don't know what they are). Backup: You are only ever as good as your last backup, make sure the ASA is backed up before you start, and backup to TFTP, or via the ASDM NOT by copy pasting the config into Notepad (this tends to hide shared secrets etc). Test The New Internet Connection: I've had many a call from a colleague, that they can't get an ASA working through a new Internet connection.
The outside interface of the ASA is exactly the same as any network connection it needs an IP address, a subnet mask, and a default route (same as default gateway for you Windows types). Now we need to locate the default route for the 'outside' interface, (or whatever yours is called). The DNS server should hand out a private IP address, which is the real IP address assigned to the application server. As a result, DNS Doctoring is configured on the ASA to change the embedded IP address within the DNS response packet. The DNS server should hand out the public IP address, that is, the translated IP address of the application server.
Any ASA, including another ASA 5505 configured as a headend, a VPN 3000 Series Concentrator, an IOS-based router, or a firewall can act as an Easy VPN server. You also need to configure the trustpoint on the ASA 5505 that you are using as an Easy VPN hardware client.
The error window identifies the types of objects remaining in the configuration that must be removed before you can successfully save the Easy VPN Remote setting to the configuration. Complete the instructions in the sections that follow to assign settings to these attributes, then click Apply to save the changes to the running configuration.
The mode of operation determines whether the IP addresses of the inside hosts relative to the Easy VPN hardware client are accessible from the Enterprise network over the tunnel. Hosts on the inside network obtain their IP addresses from an accessible subnet (statically or via DHCP) pre-configured with static IP addresses. If both are true, checking this attribute automates the establishment of IPSec data tunnels.
Otherwise, continue with the remaining sections for the Easy VPN Remote window, then click Apply. This action includes the root certificate and any subordinate CA certificates in the transmission. Xauth authenticates a user (in this case, the Easy VPN hardware client) using RADIUS or any of the other supported user authentication protocols. The name can be between 1 and 64 characters, but must be configured on the server or headend.


The password can be between 1 and 64 characters, but must be configured on the server or headend. The error window identifies the object types remaining in the configuration that must be removed before you can successfully save the changes in this window. You can configure the Easy VPN hardware client to require IPSec encryption within the SSH or HTTPS encryption already present in management sessions. The Easy VPN hardware client and server create management tunnels automatically when they create the data tunnel.
Check this attribute if a NAT device is operating between the Easy VPN hardware client and the Internet. Some environments, such as those with certain firewall rules, or NAT and PAT devices, prohibit UDP.
By default, the Easy VPN hardware client uses port 10000, however, you must enter a port number if you checked Enable (IPSec Over TCP).
NOTE: The Cisco Easy VPN server can use the digital certificate as part of user authorization. Therefore, to change certain attributes used by the Easy VPN hardware client, you must modify them on the security appliances configured as the primary and secondary Easy VPN servers. Options include the following: a€?split-tunnel-policya€”Indicates that you are setting rules for tunneling traffic.
ASDM is loaded from the security appliance, and then used in order to configure, monitor, and manage the device. Route filtering provides more control over the routes that are allowed to be sent or received in EIGRP updates.
The Cisco ASA can redistribute routes discovered by Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) into the EIGRP routing process. If an EIGRP neighbor is located across a non-broadcast network, you must manually define that neighbor.
The MD5-keyed digest in each EIGRP packet prevents the introduction of unauthorized or false routing messages from unapproved sources.
All EIGRP neighbors on interfaces configured for EIGRP message authentication must be configured with the same authentication mode and key for adjacencies to be established. After the ASA and R1 successfully receive the Update packets from each other, they are ready to chose the successor (best) and feasible successor (backup) routes in the topology table, and offer the successor routes to the routing table.
In order to display debug information the Diffusing Update Algorithm (DUAL) finite state machine, use the debug eigrp fsm command in privileged EXEC mode. This is the output of this debug command when the Cisco ASA successfully created a new neighbor relation with R1.
In this example, the authentication key was changed on the router (R1), and the debug output shows you that the problem is an authentication mismatch. In order to troubleshoot EIGRP, use the Main Troubleshooting Flowchart; start at the box marked Main. You may have covered this in point 5 but now I'm talking about the public IP addresses that are in use but NOT assigned to the outside interface. Also because first you will have to copy ASDM via TFTP to Firewall so this connection is necessary. If you dont do this and try drawing a direct connection between Firewall and Cloud it will come up with error saying 'Devices does not support this type of NIO.
If you dont know this, stop studying networking or stop the Windows Firewall Service or if that doesnt work then Base Filtering Service.
If your network is live, make sure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
Specifying a mode of operation is mandatory before making a connection because the Easy VPN hardware client does not have a default mode. To define a trustpoint to populate this drop-down list, click Trustpoint(s) configuration to the right. To use standard Encapsulating Security Protocol (ESP, Protocol 50) or Internet Key Exchange (IKE, UDP 500) in such environments, you must configure the client and the server to encapsulate these packets within TCP packets to enable secure tunneling.
A DF bit is a bit within the IP header that determines whether the packet can be fragmented. This section identifies the group policy attributes pushed to the Easy VPN hardware client. However, the state of peer adjacencies is not synchronized; only the ACTIVE device maintains the neighbor state and actively participates in dynamic routing. R1 learns the routes to remote internal networks through the other two routers (R2 and R3). You can also use the ASDM Launcher in order to launch the ASDM application faster than the Java applet.
You can configure the EIGRP routing process as a stub routing process, disable automatic route summarization, define the default metrics for redistributed routes, change the administrative distances for internal and external EIGRP routes, configure a static router ID, and enable or disable the logging of adjacency changes. When you manually define an EIGRP neighbor, Hello packets are sent to that neighbor as unicast messages. The Default Information pane displays a table of rules to control the sending and receiving of default route information in EIGRP updates.
The addition of authentication to your EIGRP messages ensures that your routers and the Cisco ASA only accept routing messages from other routing devices that are configured with the same pre-shared key.
You can also see the interface where this neighbor resides, the holdtime, and how long the neighbor relationship has been up (UpTime). It is organized so that each destination is listed, along with all of the neighbors that can travel to the destination and their associated metrics. This command lets you observe EIGRP feasible successor activity and determine whether route updates are installed and deleted by the routing process. Or if your ISP handles this, get the information on how you can change your host records to point to the new IP address, (i.e. If your environment allows UDP, however, configuring IPSec over TCP adds unnecessary overhead. This command lets the Easy VPN hardware client send packets that are larger than the MTU size. This section describes the information you need in order to configure the features described in this document with ASDM. You do not need to redistribute static or connected routes if they fall within the range of a network configured on the Setup > Networks tab.
Without this authentication configured, if someone introduces another routing device with different or contrary route information on to the network, the routing tables on your routers or the Cisco ASA can become corrupt and a denial of service attack can ensue.
When you add authentication to the EIGRP messages sent between your routing devices (which includes the ASA), it prevents the unauthorized additions of EIGRP routers into your routing topology.
Remote users reach Internet networks through the corporate network and do not have access to local networks.
With split-tunneling enabled, packets not bound for destinations on the other side of the IPSec tunnel do not have to be encrypted, sent across the tunnel, decrypted, and then routed to a final destination. Data to all other addresses travels in the clear, and is routed by the remote user's internet service provider.



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