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port redirection

I want to do port redirection for my inside users(port no 8888) to web server in DMZ(port no 80).

Case 1:Inside user types in browser http://192.168.101.10:8888

Case 2: http://mywebserverurl:8888

Inside n/w 192.168.100.0 DMZ n/w 192.168.101.0

I have done the same for internet using static (inside,outside) tcp ... command.And it is working fine.

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Re: port redirection

can you check if its 192.168.101.10 or 192.168.100.10 in the following statement?

Case 1:Inside user types in browser http://192.168.101.10:8888

if your statement is correct then try using following statement:

static (dmz,inside) tcp 192.168.101.10 8888 192.168.101.10 80 netmask 255.255.255.255

Re: port redirection

You can use the static command or the alias command to do port redirection on the ASA. However the one suggested by singhsaju is the better/new way to do it.

Regards

Farrukh

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