I have scoured the web and have nearly mirrored the setup as outlined here:
While following the guidelines for CISCO NAT rules.
NAT works as expected except I am hung up on the ACL Rules, and I have been now for the last week.
Here is what I have created:
I turned the default access rule to allow and then created the last rule to Block all traffic.
If I turn off the "Block all Traffic" Then NAT works as expected and everyone from the outside world can access my internal webserver. by the IP specified.
What do I need to do with my ACL list to allow my "WebserverPublic" to correctly work?
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Thank you for the advice RJI,
I did as you suggested and edited the rule as shown.
The trace comes back as follows.
However, unless I switch the default access control to allow, this does not work.
I had this working until I added an IPSEC tunnel.
Now Outbound binding an IP address to the server works but inbound External IP to the inbound server fails.
Show nat has this: