I need help to allow outside traffic (http and imap) to my mail server. The internal ip address to the server is 192.168.1.1 and the external address is xxx.xxx.xxx.xxy
the internal address to the router is 192.168.1.254 and the external address is xxx.xxx.xxx.xyy
Attached is the current config file. I thought that I did the right thing but it is not working.
VPN, SMTP and POP3 traffic works fine.
Any idea what I need to do to make this work?
your use of xxx.xxx to obscure the addresses being used makes it a bit difficult to tell. But it looks to me like you are saying that the first address in the log message is your address on the router and the second address is the external resource that you are trying to get to. This seems a bit backwards.
In an extended access list the first address is the source address and the second address is the destination address. If access list 131 is applied inbound the first address (source) should be the external resource and the second address (destination) should be the address on your router. So my advice is to look at the access list and at the addresses being used, look at the log entry at the addresses there, and figure what is not matching as it should.