I have recently come back to the world of Cisco firewalls and asked to set up a port forwarding
rule for two ports to access an internal webserver from the outside on ports 8181 and 8282.
I have added the rules:
static (inside,outside) tcp extranet 8181 192.168.0.33 8181 netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0
static (inside,outside) tcp extranet 8282 192.168.0.33 8282 netmask 255.255.255.255 0 0
access-list allow-in permit tcp any host extranet eq 8181
access-list allow-in permit tcp any host extranet eq 8282
'extranet' is defined earlier in the config with the external IP address and was always there and presently works with other rules.
However when trying to access the webpage from the outside the browser just times out.
I'm probably being a numpty here and have missed something or made a simple error.
Can anyone help my vague request?