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AnyConnect and disabling NAT-Control for statically natted address

Hi,

I am planning to use AnyConnect for remote access to real life enviroment, where access is needed to manage Exchange server had a FQDN. The server's internal address is statically mapped to a global address.

While going thru the steps needed to configure remote access using AnyConnect, I stopped at the step of disabling nat for the server's internal address.

I see it as the server will be unreachable from the internet, once disabling nat for the server. Please correct me if I am wrong, and what is the solution for such scenario.

Thanks

Sami

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Re: AnyConnect and disabling NAT-Control for statically natted a

Hi Sami,

You could create a NAT exempt rule for your any connect clients.

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