Cisco ASA 5505 port forwarding for CCTV Camera

Posted on 2013-06-16
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Last Modified: 2013-06-16
Hi all,

I have to forward outside request to my internal CCTV device for remote access.
CCTV DVR IP address :  
The system communicate over TCP UDP 6802 and http port
Did a few settings on Cisco ASA 5505 static nat rule and access rule but when i tested the system Cisco can't get any hit for 6802 port and no remote access for CCTV.
Any idea will be appreciated. I have attached 2 pictures.
Question by:ata1915
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its okay now,  at the access rule source : any destination : my public ip solved the problem


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