troubleshooting Question

Unable to connect to server behind ASA 5505 using Remotely Anywhere

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After upgrading our routers to ASA 5505's I am unable to connect to our server using Remotely Anywhere.  This program uses port 2000 and I have it forwarded correctly.  Using the packet tracer it passes through just fine.  It looks like the asa is killing the traffic because it looks suspicous for some reason even though the port is open.  Internet Explorer just sits there after it contacts the server and finally times out with a no resonse.  I've contacted tech support for Remotely anywhere but they have absolutely no knowledge of how it would interact with a cisco product.  Does anybody here have any experience using this product?

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