Cisco Routers :: RV180 Firewall Access Rules And 1:1 NAT

Nov 26, 2012

I have a static IP block and need to route to various servers.  I know I can use 1:1 NAT or Access Rules and have success with each.  The problem is my mail server.  When I use 1:1 NAT, the mail is sent from the correct IP - the address of my mail server - and there is no problem with reverse lookups.  However, I cannot block any ports when I use 1:1 NAT.  I have tried it every way I can think of and even some suggestions in the forums that did not work.  No matter how I set access rules, all port stay open in 1:1 NAT.
If I delete the 1:1 NAT rule and use Access rules to open specific ports, the mail server sends out the mail from the WAN address.  The reverse DNS does not match and mail server will bounce the mail. 

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Cisco Routers :: RV180 Firewall Access Rules

Sep 3, 2012

I purchased a RV180 router, and would like set the Firewall Access Rules as below

- Action: Always Allow
- Service: HTTP
- Source IP: Any
- Send to Local Server (DNAT IP): private ip (192.168.1.xx)
- Use Other WAN IP Address: Enable
- WAN Destination IP: one of public ip (different of the router WAN ip address)
 - Action: Always Allow
- Service: FTP
- Source IP: Any
- Send to Local Server (DNAT IP): private ip (192.168.1.xx)
- Use Other WAN IP Address: Enable
- WAN Destination IP: one of public ip (different of the router WAN ip address)
The firewall access rules no problem within 1 hour after setting. I can access the http / ftp services by the WAN ip address. After several hours, I can't access the services.
I can set the one-to-one NAT rather than use the firewall access rules, but I would like block all other ports, and one-to-one NAT will forward all ports to the private ip address. Administrator > Logging > Firewall Logs , when I enable the settings, where can I get the log of the firewall?

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Nov 15, 2012

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Jan 12, 2013

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Aug 6, 2012

Our firewall just died - it was a windows server 2003 rackmount running Microsoft ISA server. I'm shopping for a replacement, but would like to get an appliance rather than have to purchase a whole server, which just seems like overkill.
We had four network ports on the old box - one for internal, one for the cable modem, one for guest wifi, and one for the VPN (We have a dedicated Barracuda VPN appliance, so we won't be using the VPN functionality on whatever new router we purchase)
What we'd like to do is have a set of rules similar to what we had on the ISA server. We denied everything by default, and then for example: Allow outgoing HTTP, HTTPS, FTP access from guest wifi and internal network to the internetAllow access from the VPN subnet to certain ports on certain machines on the internal networkForward incoming access from the internet on port 443 to the VPN boxetc.
From reading the manual for the RV180, i could get a rough configuration going by putting internal, guest wifi and VPN on different VLANs, and disabling inter-VLAN routing for the guest wifi. However this doesn't get me the detailed control that I am used to - guest wifi and internal would be able to see the whole internet, and the vpn would be able to see anything on the internal network.
Does the RV180 can actually give you this level of control? What would be the most cost effective router from Cisco that could do this for me?

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Apr 8, 2012

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Jul 5, 2012

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Mar 21, 2012

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Sep 10, 2012

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Oct 2, 2012

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Oct 14, 2012

I have made a firewall rule that accepts FTP from WAN2 outside to the inside private LAN with IP address specified.But this didn't work.When I added in the forward rules that FTP had to be forwarded to this IP address it worked.I have done some testing but it seems that the firewall rules do not have any priority on the forward rule.If I disable the forward rule i cannot connect with ftp even with a firewall rule made.

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Jul 10, 2012

I just purchased and installed the RV180 at my office.  One of my clients requires that I use Cisco VPN Client to connect to their systems.  Before I installed the RV180, everything worked just fine.  After I installed the RV180, the VPN client disconnects after 5 to 15 minutes, every time.
What firewall settings on the RV180 do I need to enable/disable so that the VPN Client can work w/o disconnecting?
The RV180 is the router at my office.  The VPN Client is on my computer, and I'm connecting to a client's system w/the VPN Client.

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Mar 22, 2012

I have found numerous posts discussing this but have yet to find a solution. I have an RV082 with firmware  2.0.0. and I need a way to limit the incoming smtp traffic to just the spam filtering company.I have a port forwarding rule to forward WAN1 port 25 traffic to tried to add an access rule to deny all port 25 and then added one to allow WAN1 port 25 source <spam company> destination RV082 log screen shows the traffic allowed but it does not work. If I uncheck the 'enable' box on the DENY port 25 rule email is still blocked. Only when I uncheck the 'enable' box on the ALLOW rule does email start flowing again. 

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Feb 27, 2012

I have a SRP547W that I have configured the following way:
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I now want to use the Advanced Firewall features to block all ports except those that I need as the software DMZ forwards everything. When I try to create the rules I get "the values are invalid" message no matter what I try.
I want to create explicit allow rules, followed by a deny all rule for each of the IP addresses used for the software DMZ
Have I got the Subnet Mask Correct for the Destination IP? Or should it be It doesnt make a difference either way
Policy DetailsNameValueSource IP Address0.0.0.0Source Subnet Mask0.0.0.0Destination IP Address10.10.10.xDestination Subnet Mask255.255.255.254ProtocolAnySource PortAnyDestination Port443ActionPermitScheduleEverydayTimes24 Hours 

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Oct 13, 2011

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Aug 27, 2012

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Therefore I did the followning steps:
1. Create vlan
2.Set access rules

Basically I blocked any inter-vlan-routing from the wireless vlan. I allowed all traffic from the wireless address range to the printer's ip address. I allowed all traffic from the notebook's ip address to the private vlan.
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Aug 13, 2012

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Mar 11, 2012

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Nov 3, 2011

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Nov 2, 2011

We are moving from a different vendor to ASA 5520s. So far my "training" for Cisco consists of s  Cisco press book, some white papers and guides, this website, and a bunch of mistakes. So, I have what is probably a pretty basic question for most folks.
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If I want to allow my internal users Internet access for http and https would I use a Firewall Access rule?For most of my rules allowing outbound access from my 172 LAN and DMZ and inbound access to devices in my DMZ can I mostly utilize the Firewall Access Rules?

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Aug 2, 2011

Our company has recently upgraded our firewall from a Borderware Steelgate v7.1 platform to a Cisco ASA 5520 platform.  Needless to say the interface on the Cisco platform is much more complex and I don't have much experience working with firewalls. Our other IT guy is out of town and this is the first time I have worked on this setup. 
I need to create the following access rule
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Looking at it looks very unappealing and I'm in the process of adding names and descriptions to all the Network Objects.

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Oct 25, 2012

I'm having trouble setting up the correct rules on an ASA 5505 I'm using in my home office.  I have a couple of IP Cams I need to access remotely.
I've tried setting up simple NAT(PAT) and/or Access Rules, but it hasn't worked.  I have a single dynamic IP for the Outside interface.  Call it and I am using PAT.  The CAM is setup to connect on port 80, but could be configured if necessary.  I've tried setting up NAT Rules using ASDM as follows:
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I'm afraid to use CLI only because I am not confident I'll know how to remove changes if I make a mistake.

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I am configuring a 2921 with enhanced security using the CCP.  I have found a behavior that seems strange to me and I'm not sure if I'm misunderstanding something or missing a setting.  It seems that if I create a firewall rule to "allow" traffic through, that traffic gets dropped, but if I set the action to "Inspect", the traffic comes through fine.  I can actually reproduce this at will by setting up a rule from out-zone to self to allow traffic and I cannot telnet into it from an external ip, but if I change that rule to "inspect" i can connect fine (i dont want that rule set up permanently, was just using it to test the firewall).
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