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Cisco Adaptive Security Virtual Appliance (ASAv)

Security for virtual and hybrid cloud environments

The ASAv is a virtualized network security solution that provides policy enforcement and threat inspection across heterogeneous, multisite environments.

ASA firewall and VPN capabilities help safeguard traffic and multitenant architectures. Available in most hypervisor environments, the Cisco ASAv can be deployed exactly where it is needed to protect users and workloads on-premises or in the cloud.

Supported Platforms

Most of the features that are supported on a physical ASA by Cisco software are supported on the virtual appliance as well, except for clustering and multiple contexts. The virtual appliance supports site-to-site VPN, remote-access VPN, and clientless VPN functionalities as supported by physical ASA devices.

The ASAv is supported on the following platforms:

  • VMware ESXi
  • KVM
  • Hyper-V
  • AWS
  • Azure

Support & Downloads

All support information for Cisco Adaptive Security Virtual Appliance (ASAv)

Data Sheet
Cisco Adaptive Security Virtual Appliance (ASAv) Data Sheet

Documentation

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Public Cloud Deployment

Azure

The ASAv on Microsoft Azure supports the Standard D3 and Standard D3_v2 instances, which supports four vCPUs, 14 GB, and four interfaces.

You can deploy the ASAv on Microsoft Azure in one of three ways:

  • As a stand-alone firewall using the Azure Resource Manager
  • As an integrated partner solution using the Azure Security Center
  • As a high availability (HA) pair using the Azure Resource Manager

Azure Resource Templates
You can deploy the ASAv using Azure Resource Manager templates. An Azure Resource Template is a JSON file. To simplify the deployment of all the required resources, you can use two JSON files:

  • Template File — This is the main resources file that deploys all the components within the resource group.
  • Parameter File — This file includes the parameters required to successfully deploy the ASAv. It includes details such as the subnet information, virtual machine tier and size, username and password for the ASAv, the name of the storage container, etc. You can customize this file for your Azure deployment environment.

Example: Azure Resource Manager JSON Template File

{
    "$schema": "http://schema.management.azure.com/schemas/2018-01-01/deploymentTemplate.json#",
    "contentVersion": "",
    "parameters": {  },
    "variables": {  },
    "resources": [  ],
    "outputs": {  }
}

Documentation


AWS

The ASAv runs as a guest in the AWS environment of the Xen Hypervisor. ASAv on AWS supports the following instance types:

  • c3.large, c4.large, m4.large — 2 vCPUs, 3.75 GB, 3 interfaces (1 management interface, 2 data interfaces) Note: Both the ASAv10 and ASAv30 are supported on the c3.large instance. However, we do not recommend deploying the ASAv30 on any large instances due to resource under-provisioning.
  • c3.xlarge, c4.xlarge, m4.xlarge — 4 vCPUs, 7.5 GB, 4 interfaces (1 management interface, 3 data interfaces) Note: Only the ASAv30 is supported on xlarge instances.

You create an account on AWS, set up the ASAv using the AWS Wizard, and chose an Amazon Machine Image (AMI). The AMI is a template that contains the software configuration needed to launch your instance.
Note: The AMI images are not available for download outside of the AWS environment.

Documentation


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