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CISCO ASA Port question-How to?

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I am tryin to open up a telnet port via port 3299 for an SAProuter.  For some reason, i cant get it to work.

I have an external ip of 207.138.xxx.xxx . My internal is 10.x.x.x. Port number is 3299.  I configured a static route source is 10.x.x.x dest any, outside interface 207.138.x.x with a tcp PAT of 3299.

Do i need configure a policy as well?
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So you have a router behind the ASA and you want to open up a port to it?
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The ASA is the router/firewall
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