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Configure port forwarding Cisco ASA 5510

Majicthise
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I want to allow access to a device on our LAN thru firewall

Basically anything that comes from IP address aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd on UDP ports
15000-15200 is to be allowed access to an internal server www.xxx.yyy.zzz.

I've added the external IP address and the internal IP address and port ranges
and allowed access. However I'm not sure what to do next. Do I use NAT rules
to map the ports over? How do I add 200 ports?

Its an ASA 5510 by the way.

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