Category Archives: NAT

Cisco ASA port forwarding

In this article we saw how to do a static NAT on both ASA pre-8.3 and post-8.3 code. Now we will see how to do a port forward on ASA post 8.3 code. Let’s face it, it is time to … Continue reading

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ASA Pre-8.3 and Post-8.3 NAT – Static NAT

In our previous blog, we compared a differences with dynamic NAT/PAT between pre-8.3 and post-8.3 ASA code. Now we will do the same with a static NAT. The diagram is the same: We want to allow all users from the … Continue reading

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ASA Pre-8.3 and Post-8.3 NAT – Dynamic NAT/PAT

I like short blogs. When reading a long one, when I reach the bottom, I forget what was at the beginning. This one will be short. I would like to demonstrate the differences in configuring dynamic NAT for Internet access … Continue reading

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Cisco ASA Overlapping Networks – VPN

Previously we talked about Cisco ASA Overlapping Networks and demonstrated telnet from one company to another when both share the same subnet. It could be anything, but we show telnet and came to conclusion that it should be protected with … Continue reading

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Cisco ASA Overlapping Networks

Let’s imagine this scenario: we are in charge of company “Popravak Inc” and need to establish some kind of connection to company “Vidovic Ltd”. Both sides are using Cisco ASA for Internet connectivity. But there is a catch: both company’s … Continue reading

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