I'm a relative newbie but trying to learn the hard way how to configure my ASA 5510.
Iin addition to the inside and outside networks, we have a DMZ subnet which consists of one machine directly connected to the ASA.
For the purposes of this question, here are the subnets:
The DMZ host is 192.168.100.20.
What I'm trying to set up is the least amount of connectivity necessary for a reverse proxy to operate on the DMZ host. We have one exchange server that the DMZ host needs to access on 192.168.50.50:443. I'd like to obfuscate/hide the inside network addresses via a static NAT statement on the ASA.
Ideally, the DMZ host (192.168.100.20) would connect to the DMZ address 192.168.100.252:443 and this would be translated by the ASA and routed to 192.168.50.50:443.
I have set up a static NAT rule with the following command:
This does not seem to have done the job as connections are not being accepted from the DMZ to the inside host, even though I can connect to the inside host from the inside network. What am I doing wrong? Let me know if I can give you any debugging info.
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