I have been unscuccessful in setting up some basic NAT/Access rules to allow rpc/https for exchange email and vpn access. Here is a summary of my rules list:
I have a Cisco ASA 5505 that I need to setup a route/rule to allow rpc/https email traffic to an exchange server on my internal network. The exchange server address is 192.168.69.11
I added routes:
static (external, internal) tcp 192.168.69.11 https 19*.xxx.xxx.xxx https netmask 255…
static (internal, external) tcp interface https 192.168.69.11 https netmask 255…
static (internal, external) tcp interface smtp 192.168.69.11 https netmask 255…
and access lists:
access-list outside_access_in extend permit tcp any host 192.168.69.11 eq https
access-list outside_access_in extend permit tcp any host 192.168.69.11 eq smtp
access-list from-out extend permit tcp any inteface outside eq smtp
access-list from-out extend permit tcp any host 19x.xxx.xxx.xxx eq https
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am not as savvy with the ASA’s as i am with Linksys and other brands of firewalls.
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