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ASA 5510 cant access internal media server

Posted on 2011-03-11
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I have enabled ports on host ip and public IP address but still can not view media stream.
ports tcp\udp 8080, 1755 and 554. Any suggestions
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WE'll need more info.  

1st) Where is the server hosting the media and where is the PC attempting to view media.  
2) Please post a sanitized config of the ASA.
3) Please indicate which IP's belong the 2 hosts noted in #1.
4) If there are any syslog errors, please post them also.


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