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port-forwarding on Cisco router 506e - GUI

Posted on 2012-08-17
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I am wandering into the the rhelm of cisco and I'm having difficulty setting up port forwarding ( port 4125 for remote access Exchange 2003 )

The router has the GUI though it appears basic, I find creating the right rules in the right order a problem.

Any assistance is appreciated
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Question by:bmilne1957
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Have a look at www.portforward.com

Skip the initial advert and then search for your router ......
It's a free service


edit ....
I can't see your router there .... this might help ...
http://boards.portforward.com/viewtopic.php?t=12644
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I need the GUI ASDM java support for the port forwarding on Cisco pix 506e
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This looks like what I need, come Monday we will try it.

Thanks!
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Great! Let us know.
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Will do, thanks again!
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