Cisco ASA Static (One to One) NAT Translation
Jan17

Cisco ASA Static (One to One) NAT Translation

KB ID 0000691 Problem Note: This is for Cisco ASA 5500, 5500-x, and Cisco Firepower devices running ASA Code. If you have a spare/available public IP address you can statically map that IP address to one of your network hosts, (i.e. for a mail server, or a web server, that needs public access). This is commonly referred to as a ‘Static NAT’, or a ‘One to One translation’. Where all traffic destined for public...

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Cisco ASA AnyConnect VPN ‘Using ASDM’
Jan17

Cisco ASA AnyConnect VPN ‘Using ASDM’

KB ID 0000069 Problem Note: This is for Cisco ASA 5500, 5500-x, and Cisco Firepower devices running ASA Code. Below is a walk through for setting up a client to gateway VPN Tunnel using a Cisco Firepower ASA appliance. This was done via the ASDM console. The video was shot with ASA version 9.13(1) and ASDM 7.13(1). Suggestion: If you are setting this up for the first time, I would suggest setting it up to use the ASA’s LOCAL...

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Cisco ASA AnyConnect VPN ‘Using CLI’
Jan17

Cisco ASA AnyConnect VPN ‘Using CLI’

KB ID 0000943 Problem Note: This is for Cisco ASA 5500, 5500-x, and Cisco Firepower devices running ASA Code. Also See Cisco ASA5500 AnyConnect SSL VPN This procedure was done on Cisco ASA version 8.4, so it uses all the newer NAT commands. I’m also going to use self signed certificates so you will see this error when you attempt to connect. Solution 1. The first job is to go get the AnyConnect client package, (download it from...

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Cisco ASA – L2TP over IPSEC VPN
Jan10

Cisco ASA – L2TP over IPSEC VPN

KB ID 0000571 Problem Note: This is for Cisco ASA 5500, 5500-x, and Cisco Firepower devices running ASA Code. When Cisco released version 7 of the operating system for PIX/ASA they dropped support for the firewall acting as a PPTP VPN device. Note: If you want to use PPTP you can still terminate PPTP VPNs on a Windows server, if you enable PPTP and GRE Passthrough on the ASA. But if you want to use the native Windows VPN client you...

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Windows – Find your ‘Uptime’
Jan02

Windows – Find your ‘Uptime’

KB ID 0000552  Problem There are lots of reasons you might want to know your PC/Servers uptime, to make sure a client has rebooted a server (like you asked them to), or to see if a server has had a BSOD and rebooted overnight, etc. Check Uptime with Task Manager You can get your uptime from the Task Manager’s “Performance” tab. To launch Task Manger Start > Run > Taskmgr.exe {enter}. or Press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC, or...

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