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Regarding port forwarding in ASA5510

Dear All,

I am facing some problem while configuring ASA5510 with port forwarding for some inside server. I configured inside and outside interface and dynamic NAT for inside users to use internet. But when I am trying to configure port forwarding for one internal server to access from outside then inside users are not able to access internet.

My question is that both Dynamic NAT and port forwarding will work using the same outside interface or not. It would be highly appreciated if anybody response according to the above information.

Looking forward to your reply soon.

Thanks and regards..

Erfan

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Re: Regarding port forwarding in ASA5510

yes, they would work.

The ip address you used for port-forwarding is a broadcast address based on the subnet 202.80.169.0/29.

Re: Regarding port forwarding in ASA5510

Yes, this works and is a useful configuration.

You can use this:

! Only forward port 80 for internal server

static (inside,outside) tcp 202.80.169.7 www 192.168.10.5 www netmask 255.255.255.255

or

! Forward all requisition in the ip 202.80.169.7 for internal server

static (inside,outside) 202.80.169.7 192.168.10.5 netmask 255.255.255.255

Regards.

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