NAT Control on ASA

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Jan 16th, 2009
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If there's no NAT control on the ASA, can I access devices on a higher security interface from a lower security interface without the need of a static translation? If this is true that means that I only need an ACL permitting the traffic? Is this correct?


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Fcoto.

Correct Answer by Jon Marshall about 8 years 5 months ago

Fcoto


"If this is true that means that I only need an ACL permitting the traffic? Is this correct?"


Yes you are correct.


Jon

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Fcoto


"If this is true that means that I only need an ACL permitting the traffic? Is this correct?"


Yes you are correct.


Jon

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