Overall Satisfaction with Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software
In our organization, we have been using the [Cisco] ASA 5525 Series Firewall for the last 5 years and we have never faced any issues [or] downtime. We are using nat, routing, and site-to-site VPN features. We have connected our all sites through the site-to-site VPN and also provided Cisco AnyConnect remote VPN to home users.
- IKEV1 and IKEV2 ipsec site to site vpn
- Easy to configure
- Easy packet flow
- User friendly
- Easy to configure through CLI
- Cisco AnyConnect remote vpn
- Ssl vpn
- GUI is not good, needs to improve
- Layer 7 security features are missing
We were using pfsence before [the] Cisco ASA firewall and we were not happy with pfSense features. Lots of features are missing in pfSence so we decided to install the [Cisco] ASA 5525 and we are very happy with the features. There are lots of options in nat and you can easy to configure the site to site VPN.
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Cisco ASA is well suited for a small-sized organization that needs a firewall for nat, routing, and basic security. Cisco ASA provides you [with] lots of options in nat so you can configure as per your requirement. You can easily configure the IPSec site to site VPN both versions IKEV1 and IKEV2. Lots of security features are missing so Cisco should work and improve on those points.