I am in the process of migrating a production firewall from PIX 6.3 to ASA 8.4(2). This is going to be a complete firewall rebuild and I will not be upgrading the configs because they have become out of date and very bloated. I am in the process of converting the NAT commands and I was hoping somebody could verify my conversions. Please see the old and new commands below.
I am hoping these commands would be enough to replicate the previous functionality. I removed all the static identity NATs because NAT control is no longer in place so those rules are not required. Additionally I didn't re-create the rules that had NAT ID 0 or 1 because it didn't look like they were doing anything.
Also can someone please let me know if that is the correct way to do the static NAT commands at the bottom.
Please let me know if this configuration will work or where I need to correct some things.
O haha thats embarassing I actually had the netmask created properly in my config. Although I initially had the range command here because I had initially created the NAT command as dynamic instead of static and I updated the range command to subnet but forgot to do the mask :/
Just to verify if I update the mask properly these NAT commands should work identically to the other commands and nothing else is needed to replicate the previous NAT implementation?
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