Cisco Firewall :: 3062 / Setup Port Forwarding On ASA 8.4?
Mar 17, 2013
I am trying to setup port forwarding on the asa. Inbound port 3062 needs to go to an address on a server inside the corporation. NO DMZ...I do not have the option under firewall to select port forwarding. I have add a nat rule before network object , add network object add nat rule after network object i am not sure who is inbound (I will ask) all customer said was certain ports need to go to certain PC's and the asiest way is to add portforwarding but I dont see the "Add " under firewall as so many posts say..
I'm finally jumping in over Christmas break to set up a Y network with three routers. I run a side business repairing and cleaning viruses/malware from PCs and would like the business subnet not to be able to mix with (and possibly infect) the "home" subnet.Before I knew what I was doing, I set up a simple two router "chained" network by hanging an old SMC router off my main Airport Extreme router, but I've since learned that's not ideal, since the "work" network machines can see everything on the "home" network. So, here's what I want to do. I want to put the new third router right after my cable modem (ISP). I want to keep my Airport Extreme and all devices attaching to it (home subnet) off one LAN port of this new router and my old SMC router off another LAN port of the new router (the test subnet). Currently, the IPs are: [code]My concern in setting up a "Y" configuration is that I have some wireless IP webcams on the Airport Extreme that are using port forwarding (both UDP and HTTP) so I can view them from wherever I am on the Internet, not just from within my home network.
What's the best way to make sure the port forwarding from devices on the Airport Extreme subnet works through the "new" router and out through to the Internet? Do I have to open the same ports on the new router? If so, does anyone have an example using the addresses above? Should I just put the Airport Extreme in the DMZ of the new router (so everything is just passed through - or will that allow my test subnet to see the home subnet? Some other way?
I would like to configure port forwarding in such way that connections to both WAN interface on identical ports will be redirected to a single host in a private network. When I issue command: ip nat inside source static tcp 10.10.10.X 8080 interface g0/1 8080 everything is fine, until I add the second command: ip nat inside source static tcp 10.10.10.X 8080 interface g0/2 8080
After that, the first statement is just replaced by the second one, not added to configuration.
I have a small network in my garage, it's basically made up of a bunch of test servers. Those and a win xp machine are all hooked up to a switch, and the win xp machine also has a wireless usb stick that is connected to my wireless router, and is being used to share internet to the rest of the machines. The test servers along with the NIC card on my win xp machine sit on a different subnet, however.When I remote into the win xp machine from my house, i can run a second remote desktop in the first session, into any of my servers. I want to do work on them, but its very laggy.
Is there a way I can setup a port either on the win xp machine or my wireless router so that i can remote directly into one of the servers? so if the win xp machine has a wireless ip address of 220.127.116.11, and one of the servers on the 2nd subnet has an internal ip of 18.104.22.168, can i have it so i can make, for instance, 22.214.171.124:6333 forward to 126.96.36.199? If not, is there any other way i can directly remote into one of the servers, by passing the first remote desktop into win xp? What settings would have to be the same across the line?
I have setup port forwarding on the RV220W, to allow outside connections on RDP. I have tested that LAN RDP works fine, but when I test using an outside address trying to connect to an inside windows PC with RDP nothing happens.
I can SSH from the internet to my ASA on default port 22, directly to my public IP. I can SSH from the internet to my Cisco 1841 on port 2001. I can not however, SSH to my Cat 2960. From what i can tell, on the Cat2960 i can't change the default port 22 for SSH to different port, just like i did on the Cisco 1841. I looked to see if I can change the default port for SSH on he ASA, it does not look like this is an option.
The bottom line is that i want to be able to SSH to all three devices from the internet. I only have one public IP. As of now, what i can do is only SSH to the ASA on default port 22 directly to the public IP and Cisco 1841 on port 2001. It appears that changing the default SSH port on Cat 2960 is not an option. It also appears that I can't change the default SSH port on the ASA, if i could, i would and then i should be able to SSH to the Cat 2960 on port 22. No matter what i did on the ASA, it always listens on port 22 for SSH connections.
show asp table socket TCP 001f549f <<pub IP>>:22 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
how do i make it listen on different port?
Here is relevent config for SSH for cisco 1841 (port forwarding)
I'm trying to set up my WRT54G wireless router so.i can port forward the relevant ports for my programs. I understand that you have to set up a static ip address before you can do a port forward which makes sense as you do not want to keep changing the ip address for the forwarding settings every time your network refreshes. But I cant seem to have it set up. And is there a rule that the static ip that you set should not be within the dhcp range?After setting up the static ip and setting up the port forward settings how do I test if the port is being forwarded correctly?
I have the DCS-930L camera. I need to know how to setup port forwarding/triggering on my router, which is a Cisco DDR2200 CL. I understand that in order to use the camera, i need to do this. how to set up NAT.
I just setup my homelab today, after having Cat5e installed so I can run my servers and network equiptment over wired network as well as setting up a wireless system. I got everything setup and its going great I can access everything from my office now including a E4200 Linksys router that I setup to do RiP (was only choice pretty much, or NAT), and my 891 Cisco Router which is my internet connection.
I use to have the linksys setup to do port forwarding but now I need to figure out how to do it on the cisco 891 router via command line.
Below is my current configuration. I need to be able to access my server which is behind my router by Remote Desktop. I also have a web server, and the kids also play minecraft, and have a server setup so I need to be able to forward their port as well.
Ths is from the link above, would I just do like that but then put in my IPs and is that my Private IP I use this or my public facing. Also he has "interface Dialer1 6881" again after the port in the second and third row. I dont really understand what they have there. I understand basic access list and such though I am extremely rusty.
! ip nat inside source list 102 interface Dialer1 overload ip nat inside source static tcp 10.0.0.2 6881 interface Dialer1 6881
Trying to setup port forwarding for an XBox 360. Set fixed IP on XBox using IP outside DHCP range. DHCP range is .50 to .80. Set XBox to .49. Gateway is .1. Mask is 255.255.255.0.Added four port forwarding rules per directions on xbox site and also portforwarding.com for ports 53, 80, 88, 1074 to the static IP Turned off DMZ, Turned off UPnP, Turned off SPI. Windows firewall is on, running XP Pro SP3 and Win 7 Pro on other devices.Making the rules active for the fixed IP shuts off internet access for other devices.Single router (E4200 V2), switch, then remaining devices. Private IP addresses in the 192.168.xxx.xxx range. Rebooted router, same issue. What am I missing?
I have an issue with portforwarding in my teleeye cctv behind asa 8.4. I can browse the DVR outside via http however when i attempt to login, "server busy" will prompt afterwards. Note: Theres no issue when acesssing the DVR locally.
Heres my config. OUTSIDE INTERFACE: interface Ethernet0/3 speed 100 duplex full [Code]...
i have a asa with a outside IP address of 188.8.131.52. behind this firewall i have a cisco MWR 2941 that i would like to connect to via telnet. its inside ip address is 10.10.10.2. my reasoning for this is because i cannot SSH or telnet from a ASA so i need to have the ASA push my telnet request to the router on its inside interface.i have tried some NAT examples but i am very green with NAT. i have also built access lists that look like the follow " access-list 101 permit tcp any 10.10.50.2 eq 23. and then tied the access-group 101 with the outside interface. this also with no success.
I need to open port range 554 - 558 to a DVR on the internal network. Also, I need to NAT one of my public IP's to the DVR. How is this accomplished in 8.4? I was able to do it in an older version ASA software.
I've tried setting up some simple port forwarding on my ASA, where I want to forward one port on the external interface for both UDP and TCP to the same port on an internal server.
It works fine for UDP, but all TCP packets are dropped on the outside interface, even though the configuration for UDP and TCP is basically the same! This is my config:
object network MY_SERVER host 10.10.1.4 object service TCP_MY_SERVICE
Port count goes up on line 2 (UDP) but never for line 1. I just see the packet denied instead. Same thing happens in the packet tracer, a packet destined for my external interface on that port for UDP is allowed and NAT'd just fine. TCP it gets dropped by the ACL on the outside interface.
I have a Cisco ASA 5510 appliance running ASDM 6.3 We have a number of public IP addresses associated with our company. In order to utilise the IP addresses effectively I want to use one puplic IP address for two servers running on different ports.e.g.
Public IP address 184.108.40.206
Server 1 HTTPS and HTTP Server 2 FTP
Both Servers live in the same subnet (DMZ) I believe this maybe port forwarding but could be completely wrong. I've tried creating a NAT rule that goes from Server 2 Network object to Server 1 external but this didn't work.
have a couple of ASA 5505's which work fine for what they are doing VPN and all that - we have 1 DLINK DFR-700 Firewall left and I need to get a new ASA to replace this since it is old.All this box really does is port forward external clients to 1 address on the internal lan for client software updates.So lets say we have client a with IP 220.127.116.11 and client b has 18.104.22.168 - at the moment this is what happens client a and b come in through http and get mapped to the internal http server 10.10.1.2So I need to setup about 100 clients which can come in through http only - get mapped to the internal IP and also keeping the internal server to be able to access anything outside.
I'm trying to forward an internal service on a internal server to the external interface on the same port on the outside interface of our ASA.I been searching for a solution for days and found nothing.Here are the relevant parts of my config:
: Saved : ASA Version 8.4(2) ! object service TCP-WebServer-8080 service tcp source eq 8080 object network WebServer_Object_10.1.10.7 host 10.1.10.7
So it looks like it's being dropped by an ACL, but it looks right to me.
I am trying to forward specific ports from the outside interface on my ASA5505 to my servers inside and can not get it to work! I have a VPN that currently works and the firewall rule in place I am just overlooking something simple I'm sure. Here is the config:
We are trying to setup our ASA 5505 to do port forwarding to multiple internal servers and have run into some issues. A little background on what we are trying to do.
We have 1 static external IP. Internally we have one exsisting server (10.1.1.184) that has port 80 forwarded to it and another exsisting server (10.1.1.185) that has port 443 forwarded to it. Both of these servers are serving seperate web apps to our employees who of course use them offsite. We have now added an additional server (10.1.1.186) that needs to use both ports 80 and 443. Is there any way to set it up so that these ports can be forwarded to all the servers that need them? Also, how would this work as far knowing what traffic will need to go to which server even though it is using the same port?
The equipment is: ASA 5505ASA Version 7.2(4)ASDM Version 5.2(4) I appologize in advance if what I'm trying to do is difficult/impossible. I inherted the ASA 5505 at this location and I was not here when it was initially installed. In fact no one on staff was here when it was initially installed. I did manage to find the passwords to it though. I'm not at all familiar with the ASA 5505 or Cisco secuirty appliances in general.
All I want to do is have VNC connect on port 5950. So I want to forward traffic coming in on the external ip address on port 5950 an internal ip address on port 5950. Here is my config:Building configuration...Current configuration.
I have a network with multiple servers behind a PIX with 6.3 on it. I have one public IP address, and I'm using NAT. I'm currently trying to port my Exchange server to a cloud host, and the vendor is requiring I open up a wide range of ports for MAPI, basically ports 1024 on. What would be the command to forward all of the trafic cominto/from that broad range? if I could simply route all trafic to and from their two IP addresses to my email server, that would accomplish the same end goal.
I have a Windows 2003 server running a L2TP VPN server on it. I'm putting theASA5505 in replacement of an open source firewall.
My question is that, I can't seem to forward the ports correctly for L2TP to the internal address of the 2k3 VPN server. It seems to me that the ASA is trying to negotiate the VPN connection rather than forward it internally.
Cisco ASA5505 WAN 22.214.171.124 LAN 10.1.1.1/24 Windows server - 10.1.1.14