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Changing a port forward on a pix firewall, HELP!

Hello all, I am going to be on site babysitting a network this week and I have to change 1 thing on a pix firewall but have limited background when it comes to pix firewall.

All I have to change is one portforward here is what I have to change

Port 80 is currently pointing at
and I have to change it to point at

Can somone give me a crash course?  Or help me out in anyway? I would greatly apreciate it.  I have a computer connected to the console port on the back of the unit and logged in.
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There should be a static translation looks something like this in the config:

static (inside,outside) tcp <public ip> www netmask 0 0

To change it, you need to clear all xlates, add a new one, then remove the old one, and clear xlates again, and save it:

pix#config term
pix(config)#clear xlate
pix(config)#no static (inside,outside) tcp <public ip> www netmask 0 0
pix(config)#static (inside,outside) tcp <public ip> www netmask
pix(config)#clear xlate
pix#writ mem

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