Alan_Brown wrote:In our case, the ASA router already had a fixed IP address (10.0.x.y -- I don't remember x and y). The IP address was on a sticker on the router, so it was preassigned.
As far as I know, that's the case with all of them, but that's not what I was referring to. In this post...
terrellthomas wrote:Have not had any problems since we set Static IPs on all equipment behind the Netgear equipment.
...I understood him to imply the ASA was behind
the Netgear router (double NAT'ing) and he had somehow set a static IP address for it also. If so, this would have to be set on the WAN side of the ASA, so it would not be the one printed on the top. That's only for the LAN side. You can initially set the WAN side to a fixed IP address, but once you've made your call to GSD and they have taken control, it's locked from making further changes.