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Allowing ILX - A UDP broadcast application through ASA

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I have  a migrated user subnet to a private IP block and left  the ILX Servers on the DMZ with Public IP address.  Previously, both were in the same subnet, the public.  ILX Classic 2 is a UDP broadcast application.

I can ping to and from the DMZ from the inside.

I would like help with allowing the users in the inside access to this  UDP  broadcast application.

I have created an ACL to permit any traffic from the DMZ ILX server to the inside.
What can I do to allow ILX classic to work.
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