Ok, I recently picked up a cisco asa 5505. I've been using the ASDM tool to configure it. I've got the internet connection working but am having some trouble getting internet traffic to pass through to our mail server which is located on the local network. I've added a rule for it but it still won't work. What am I missing? A NAT entry or static route? Anyway it is pretty much a 192.168.1.x local network. The server we are trying to get to is 192.168.1.1. We are trying to allow any outside internet traffic on port 25 to pass through to the local network.
I have not looked at the config closely, but I see a major issue. If people outside are attempting to access the server then it needs an address that is accessible from outside. Any request from outside can not use address 192.168.1.1. Usually this is handled with a static translation which translates from the address known outside to 192.168.1.1. Try adding a static translation and let us know how it works.
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