I am having trouble crafting the proper commands to successfully expose a specific internal host to the internet on a range of ports.
I thought I had it working correctly after I upgraded to 9.2(1), but I think there must have been a bug or two with that release, because I seem to have lost my config and can't get it back, nor do I remember the commands I used.
I have a single, public (dynamic) IP address for the 5505, and I have done the NAT/ACL for a different internal host, but it was using a single port.
For this host, it is 192.168.1.24 and I need to expose TCP and UDP on ports 8082 through 8083. The range seems to be causing me a bit of trouble. When doing the rules, I don't need to change the port numbers, the same range internal will also be the external range.
Could someone please give me the proper NAT and ACL statements to use? I am a little confused on the NAT/PAT and which to use when.
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