Having just come from a business that used Meraki devices, I feel like port forwarding on the Cisco ASA is beyond painful. Why even make a GUI for a device if it doesn't help the user accomplish the tasks in an easier fashion? /rant
What I have:
ASA 5505 running:
What I'm looking to do:
Forward all traffic that hits 3389 on my outside ip (lets just say 18.104.22.168) to 3389 on 10.10.50.150 using ASDM.
The biggest problem I am facing is that I have the latest version of both peices of software. Everywhere I am looking shows different screens and menus than I have on my ASDM.
I would normally just call support but they goofed up our contract and I'm waiting for our reseller to correct it all, which is taking way too long. Please, please please any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for any time you spend responding!
I would have to setup the SSH service to get to the command line don't I? I tried looking up that this morning and was unable to find good documentation on that process as well. I'm about to downgrade this thing to an older firmware and ASDM. Hah!
Seriously though thanks for the response. I'm very unfamilar with the CLI, having come from Meraki and Sonicwalls i've never had to touch anything like it. It does look straight forward enough though. Do the changes you make in the CLI affect ASDM? How do you check your work?