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Redirecting DNS Requests to Umbrella with ASA

As networks begin leveraging intelligent DNS products, there is often a need to do some magic at the Internet edge to redirect to the target provider. Some products actually have this capability embedded. Even though the ASA doesn’t specifically have … Continue reading

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VRF Series Article 5 – Stateful Inter-Vrf connectivity

This is the fifth and final article in a series that focused on Segmenting Layer 3 Networks with VRFs. In the third article, we discussed creating a shared services VRF and using it within the otherwise segmented network. In that … Continue reading

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VRF Series Article 4 – VRF-lite in a DMVPN Network

As we’ve progressed through the Segmenting Layer 3 Networks with VRFs series, we have continued to build out a network that looks more like what we would see within an enterprise environment. This post takes it one step further and … Continue reading

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ASA Pro Tip — A Better Prompt

The Cisco ASA FW has a simple and robust failover mechanism. It works so well that sometimes an administrator may not realize that the load has moved from the primary device to the secondary device. When connecting to the IP … Continue reading

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ASA Active/Standby with BDI/BVI

I see a lot of ASA designs and they are typically flanked with switches. One of the reasons for this is that the failover requirements typically dictate that the devices to be layer 2 adjacent in each security zone. There … Continue reading

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Connecting VIRL to the Outside World

I’ve been leveraging VIRL for some time to build and test self-contained labs. I’ve always known that there was some ability to connect to the world outside of this environment. Recently, I decided to configure this functionality and I wanted … Continue reading

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