Cisco ASA 5510 Appliance - security appliance ( ASA5510-BUN-K9 )
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Product Description

The Cisco ASA 5510 Adaptive Security Appliance delivers a wealth of advanced security and networking services for small-to-medium businesses and enterprise remote/branch offices in an easy-to-deploy, cost-effective appliance. These services can be easily managed and monitored by the integrated, Web-based management application, Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager, thus reducing the overall deployment and operations costs associated with providing this high level of security. The Cisco ASA 5510 Adaptive Security Appliance provides high performance firewall and VPN services, three integrated 10/100 Fast Ethernet interfaces, and optional high-performance intrusion prevention and anti-x services via a Security Services Module making it an excellent choice for businesses requiring a cost-effective, extensible, DMZ-enabled security solution. As business needs grow, the Cisco ASA 5510 Adaptive Security Appliance can also scale to higher interface density and integrate into switched network environments through VLAN support by installing a Security Plus upgrade license. Furthermore, this upgrade license maximizes business continuity by enabling Active/Standby high availability services and expands VPN capacity by supporting a greater number of concurrent VPN connections for mobile users, remote sites, and business partners.

Customer Reviews:

  • Not easy to use
    I have two of these, thought they would go great in our office and Colo. While it appears these should be good for a small office they lack usability. Here's the issue, the Asa has 4 interfaces, I have three lans and the wan on each. I cannot route from the 3 internal interfaces and have been on the phone with Cisco for almost a week now trying to get this working.
    My setup is -e/0 for servers 10.1.1.x net e/1 is for users, a 192.168.0.x net and a phones(ip) net. Then set each security level to 100 and check the box, "Enable communication between interfaces with the same security level". Now one would think routing should work. but no. For whatever reason the device will not route as intended. I can get it to route for a few minutes then it dies.
    If you have a simple network this ASA may work for your office. But don't expect it to work very easily. I even tried the setup in their easy setup guide provided with the unit. After overcoming the typo's I still could not get this unit to work.

    I was able to get one unit working in very simple config, only have one LAN and one WAN connection with no internal routing or DMZ config.
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  • The Cisco ASA 5510 Adaptive Security Appliance delivers a wealth of advanced security and networking