So I upgraded our ASA a week ago and while testing quickly discovered that while all outbound traffic seemed to go out fine I could not hit any of our websites from external. Nor could I get SMTP traffic inbound either.
For the upgrade I used our existing active running config from the 8.2 ASA and restored it to the upgraded 8.3 ASA and let the software do its thing. I reviewed the code afterwards and it "looks" fine to me but obvoiusly something is a miss.
I've attached a few snipettes that pertain to our web server - our current setup is to allow http traffic through and nat to its internal address - .18 is the address of our internal web server
access-list OUTSIDE-IN extended permit tcp any host 216.223.xx.xx eq www
object network obj-10.1.1.18
nat (inside,outside) source static obj-10.1.1.18 obj-216.223.x.x-01 service obj-tcp-source-eq-80-01 obj-tcp-source-eq-80-01
There are some startup errors though most of them pertain to managing the ASA using Telnet, and SSH. Here's the only one I think that would pertain to my issue:
*** Output from config line 412, "access-list acl_out extended permit tcp host 10.1.1.14 any eq smtp "
WARNING: This command will not take effect until interface 'inside' has been assigned an IPv4 address
Not sure what the WARNING is about as that interface has an IPv4 address and v6 is currently disabled.
Any suggestions on where my issues may lie?