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Oct 2, 2012

I need to open some outbound ports in order for our CCTV company to receive alarms from our internal CCTV Machine.
The ip addresses of the company who access the CCTV are as follows:
The above are fixed IP addresses. The internal machine is on
The outbound ports that I need to open are the following:
I have access to the current config if needs be.

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Mar 26, 2013

I just bought a Cisco ASA5505. I'm trying to opening a port range through CLI, but it doesn't seem to be working.
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access-list Outside_Access_In line 3 extended permit tcp any any eq ftp-data (hitcnt=0) 0xfa8ed43d
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In this setup I’ve enabled port forwarding on my ADSL router (port 25 and 110) and configured the ASA accordingly, and my mail server is located inside my network.

My problem is currently I can send mails from my inside network to outside but my not receiving any mails which originate from outside. I’ve attached my current ASA configuration as well,

C:UsersSuthakarDocumentsOffice_DocsThakralABC Computers

Final config on ASA5505

host name Cisco
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ip address
[Code] ......

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