I'm trying to get access for a server (Webserv3) in a DMZ from the internet. This is the first server I'm trying to get to from the outside. Also I'm trying to limit some of the PC's on inside networks from the internet. I think the problem is with the ACL but I'm not sure. Please respond here I'm not near my mail much.
access-lists are the future. conduits still work, but might be unsupported in a future version. you access-list look fine - I missed that permit tcp any line.
Aha - try this - I think your access-list applied to the dmz is wrong. Try removing it. I think your source is any, destination is xxxxxx.55, and it needs to be flipped - you want to allow source of xxxx.55, with destination any
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