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Cisco_ASA NAT

Hello Team!

 

Please could you help me with solution to doing next :

I need to do NAT on Cisco ASA for users (with any public ip address) that connect to outside interface IP address will redirect to local server on private IP address and at that time source IP address don't need to translate but source TCP port need to translate to port from specific port range. 

Is it possible? If yes, could someone provide me with approximate configuration of NAT and tell what NAT type should i use. 

For example you can use such information: 

Before nat:

Source ip address: any ; tcp port: any

Destination ip address: 10.10.10.1; port: 43 (outside address of the cisco asa)

After nat:

Source ip address: without change; tcp port: 10-100

Destination ip address: 192.168.1.1(local server); tcp port: 43

Thanks in advance.

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you need use port maping? its

you need use port maping? its posibl

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