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We have an ASA 5505 at one of our facilities and I'm trying to forward a port (6510) to an internal IP (192.168.0.47) through a static NAT mapping.  I am attempting to do this through the Cisco ASDM 5.2.

The steps I've followed are:

1. Log into ASDM
2. Go to Configuration, NAT
3. Click Add, Add Static NAT Route
4. Set Real Address Interface to Inside, IP to 192.168.0.47, Netmask to 255.255.255.255
5. Set Static Translation Interface to outside, IP address to (Interface IP)
6. Checked Enable Port Address Translation (PAT), set protocol to TCP, set original port to 6510 and the translated port to 6510.

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When I click OK once nothing happens, so I click OK again and the dialog disappears as if it was added.  However I do not see the rule added to the list and regardless if I try to save the config then refresh it or refresh it first it never appears.  It doesn't return an error, just seems to work and.. doesn't.  I'm not sure what I might be doing wrong here.
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Sounds like a bug in the GUI.  Try adding this command through the CLI (you should be able to do this through the GUI Command Line Interface option under the Tools menu).

static (inside,outside) tcp interface 6510 192.168.0.47 6510 netmask 255.255.255.255

This does the same thing that you are trying to do through the GUI.
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I should have thought of trying it at the command line.  This worked perfectly for now and I'll look into updating the ADSM.  Thanks!
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