I'm new to the ASA and I'm currently working with a 5510 (7.0.6). I'm trying to allow users from the "inside" interface access to a specific host (HOSTA) on a specific port (PORTA) via the "outside" interface. It is not working, and I am not suer how to troubleshoot.
Here's the setup:
PAT is configured for all users on the "inside" to obtain a single routable IP (188.8.131.52). An access list has been created and applied to the inside interface to allow connection to HOSTA via PORTA for all users.
Here's my config:
global (outside) 1 184.108.40.206
nat (inside) 1 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
access-list inside extended permit tcp any host HOSTA eq PORTA
access-group inside in interface inside
Now, during troubleshooting, I do not see my internal address in the NAT table (using "show xlate"). Also I do not see any packet count in the access list (using show access-list)
I'm open to suggestions here really, as I'm completely stumped. Assume routing is fine and there are no other firewalls blocking traffic.
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