I am having issues with my ASA configuration and have thus far been unlucky in determining a solution. I have a bunch of hosts in a DMZ and a couple of client nets that they need access to. I need to route and allow traffic from hosts in the DMZ to the client (CorpOneMD) public IPs via the private IPs which is directly connected to our core switch.
I can see the NAT and ACL hits increment when I try to telnet to an allowed port (8194).
I've attached a slightly modified version of the configuration for review.
Not sure I understand fully your goal. You have a DMZ zone that must communicate with your multiple CorOne zones. Your DMZ is using public IPs. you want to route your public IPs to be accessible and to access your internal zone using private IPs.
Am I right?
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