Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum. I have a Cisco ASA 5505 with a confusing (to me) NAT issue.
Single external IP address (outside interface) with multiple static object NAT translations to allow port forwarding to various internal devices. The configuration has been working without issues for the last couple years.
I recently configured a remote access VPN without split tunneling and access to the internet and noticed yesterday that my port forwarding had stopped working.
I reviewed the new NAT rules for the VPN and found the culprit.
I have been reviewing the rules over and over and from everything I can think of, and interpret, I'm not sure how this rule is affecting the port forwarding on the device or how to correct it.
Here are the NAT rules I have in place: (The "inactive" rule is the culprit. As soon as I enable this rule, the port forwarding hits a wall)