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NAT Issue ASA 9.1

Hi Experts,

Please help me on this, I have upgraded my cisco asa from 8.2 to 9.1 version. I know that cisco made huge changes in NAT configuration. The firewall 8.2 is configured with lots  static PAT and dynamic PAT lines. Now I am going to convert these lines to 9.1 format. I have successfully configured the static PAT line, which mainly doing the port forward (ie same port number on external and internal). But i got stuck in port redirection, it is not working for me. Please see the following lines that I configured my firewall


1.  RDP connection to one of the internal machine  from external

Object network Obj_RDP_192.168.1.10

host 192.168.1.10
nat (inside, outside) static x.x.x.x

access-list outside_inside extended permit tcp any host 192.168.1.10 eq 3389


The above lines are working for me. I can RDP to the machine 192.168.1.10 from external using the public IP x.x.x.x

Now see the below command which is not working for me:


2. RDP to another internal machine  (Since the port 3389 already used for the first machine, I selected port 2000 here)

Object network Obj_RDP_192.168.1.11
1host 192.168.1.11
nat (inside, outside) static x.x.x.x service tcp 3389 2000

access-list outside_inside extended permit tcp any host 192.168.1.11 eq 2000


Please provide me a solution for the 2nd configuration line.

 

Regards,

Ejaz

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Ejaz

RDP to another internal machine  (Since the port 3389 already used for the first machine, I selected port 2000 here)

I don't understand what you mean here. You are using a different public IP ie. y.y.y.y so why do you need to use a different port number ?

I am assuming y.y.y.y is another of your public IPs and part of the same IP subnet as x.x.x.x ?

That aside can you run -

"packet-tracer input outside tcp 8.8.8.8 12345 y.y.y.y 2000"

and post results.

Jon

 

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Thanks for the response Jon., Sorry my bad its same public IP. We have only one static public which is configured in firewall's WAN interface.

 

 

Thanks and Regards,

Ejaz

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Ejaz

Okay, that's the problem.

Your first statement is a one to one mapping ie. it uses all ports so it never hits your second statement.

You need to rewrite your first statement to be a static PAT statement ie. like your second one but you can use port 3389 with the first statement, no need to translate the port.

Jon

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Thank you Jon, I will Do that.

Ejaz

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