I am practicing some stuff in asa. I have a host on outside network(a router) which IP is 172.16.1.2. My inside host is 10.1.10.2. Now i just want to achieve this
1) From inside host, when i telnet 126.96.36.199 on port 2200, it should be redirected to 172.16.1.2 on port 23.
Kindly tell me if this is possible using ASA static statement ?
Inside (10.1.10.2)----> ASA<--Outside--->Rtr---->172.16.1.2..... Here you need to do nat on both the ends.....
because both ASA ouside interface and routers outside interface should be in public ip range as per your scenario..... you need to do nat on ur asa to get 10.1.10.2 to get pat to a public ip and then that public ip will reach the router Public ip and in that router you need to do PAT/NAT to get that translated to the private ip (172.16.1.2).....
Please let me know if my understanding is wrong....
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