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Simple NAT & security rule for ASA5520

Okay, so this seems like a stupid question, but for the life of me I cannot figure out what I am doing wrong.  We have a Cisco ASA5520 that I manage through the ASDM 5.1 interface.  I am trying to do a simple configuration to allow any outside traffic to NAT from a public IP address to an internet IP address  I only want port 9675 to be allowed to access that from the outside though.

That being said, the server that I am nat'ing to is on the internal interface.  What all do I need to do to accomplish this? (using the ADSM preferably)
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I do not know ASDM, but this is what you need; Assuming it is tcp traffic;

static (inside,outside) tcp 9675 9675

access-list <Name> permit tcp any host eq 9675

access-group <Name> in interface outside

In the above, if the protocol is udp, replace tcp whereever it occurs.

As well, replace the acl name with whatever you have as of now.


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