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How to create static nat map on ASA

Posted on 2011-10-01
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Hi
I want to create a static map on my ASA so all traffic from external is mapped to internal interface of ASA.
So I only can great access list for traffic allow.
Please explain command exactly to do this.
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If you map all external traffic to the inside, you don't need am asa ;)
I assume you want to allow specific traffic to a host on the inside?
The commANds depend on what version you are running (<8.3 or >=8.3)
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when u map all external traffic  to the inside is not security risk because you still have to allow traffic via access list
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so how can i do this
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Got that.
The only thing is, you can just allow all traffic to the inside interface (then it is going nowhere). What you normally do is map a public ip to an ip address on the inside LAN. And after that allow certain traffic.

So do elaborate, what exactly are you trying to accomplish?
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