how to open ports on cisco asa 5520 firewall for inbound/outbound to a server

Posted on 2007-10-18
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Last Modified: 2008-08-08
On a cisco asa 5520, how do you open ports for inbound and outbound?  specifically I will need to do the following:

Ports 11112 TCP and 111180 TCP inbound / outbound to server (ip of server
Question by:tonymopar440
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with the static command and an access-list

for example if you outside interface was and your server was

static (Inside,Outside) tcp interface 11112 11112 netmask
access-list Outside_In extended permit tcp any host eq 11112

static (Inside,Outside) tcp interface 111180 111180 netmask
access-list Outside_In extended permit tcp any host eq 111180

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