Configure Cisco Firewall for NAT
Posted on 2012-03-22
I know this is a very open question with many possibilities, especially since you will not be familiar with our network.
We have an MPLS through a vendor and they have a firewall that we manage. I have not used an ASA (i think thats what they call it) firewall before. I have watchguard firewalls in our offices that we have been using for a long time. The vendor set the firewall up for us since we have a few offices and I found out where to allow outgoing ports, but im not sure how i would set up a NAT from one of the public IPs they gave us to an internal server.
I see the options for Access Rules and NAT Rules, but im not sure which one is the way to go. Any guidance, even if its a very basic overview to get me started, would be great.
The only version numbers i see are when i log in to the device. It says: Cisco ASDM 6.2f for FWSM.