Patting Single public IP to two different private IPs on Different Ports

Posted on 2013-10-18
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Last Modified: 2014-03-27

Have Cisco ASA 5510  version 8.4(1).  Have two DVRs on my LAN.
DVR 1 = uses port 1683-1684
DVR 2 = uses port 1685-1687

Have a single public ip

Can't seem to PAT both of these DVRs to the same public IP.  Have tried setting up NAT/PAT rules to do this, but does not seem to work.  Should I be able to set these up as PUBLIC SERVERS in ASDM with a different service group (ie a separate service group for each set of ports)?  Is what I'm trying to Possible.  The DVRS use one port for outgoing and the other port for incoming.
Question by:ckangas7
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post ur config.
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fgasimzade earned 2000 total points
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Try this one

object service ports1

service tcp source range 1683 1684

object service ports2

service tcp source range 1685 1687

object network DVR1


 object network DVR2

object network publicIP


nat (inside,outside) source static DVR1 publicIP service ports1 ports1
nat (inside,outside) source static DVR2 publicIP service ports2 ports2

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