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Can I NAT Public IP Addresses 207.204.x.x and 72.252.x.x to Internal Host 168.168.1.x and 192.168.1.y respectively? on host is an Exchange box and the other is an Application box.

Would this command work?:
static (inside,outside) 207.204.x.x 192.168.1.x
static (inside,outside) 72.252.x.x 192.168.1.y

On an ASA 5510 software version 8.3
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static (inside,outside) 207.204.x.x 168.168.1.x netmask 255.255.255.255

and similarly for the other
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would i have to write an acl list as well
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yes you would need an access list entry on the outside interface allowing traffic to the public address.


e.g

access-list outside permit ip any host 207.204.x.x

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Thanks for the grade
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