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ASA5520 Setup Issue using NAT

I can route traffic over port 3389 to DMZ but the same rule doenst allow 3389 to the internal networks. External on port 0, dmz on 1, internal networks on 2 and 3. I allow connections to internal port 3389 from source "outside" IP to my internal "Destination" IP with for my RDP service group. Again it works for DMZ but not for either of the Internal DMZ

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Re: ASA5520 Setup Issue using NAT

Hi mate, it would help if you could post some config in there, it is most likely just config issue....

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Re: ASA5520 Setup Issue using NAT

I had the same problem with my ASA 5510. I was using the ASDM 5.0. Nice idea as a GUI, but has many faults. I had to enter in manually the access list.

access-list WAN_access_in extended permit tcp any host x.x.x.x eq 3389

Where x.x.x.x is the public side of the nat. Note this is only an example.

Like the Mate said, plz post config marking out the ip's.