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Add a secondairy range forward on 5505 ASA 8.45, ASDM 6.45

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Dear Experts,

I currently have the following UDP Range forward for our PBX server. (See Screenshot)

nat (inside,outside) source static ADI-HKA-PBX interface service PBX_Range PBX_Range_1]

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With following service objects, (See screenshot)

object service PBX_Range
 service udp source range 10000 20000 
 description met deze range forwarden we poorten 10000 tot 20000 naar de PBX server
object service PBX_Range_1
 service udp source range 10000 20000 
 description met deze range forwarden we udp poort 10000 tot 20000 naar de PBX server

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This is working great. we can establish connection using this range forward.

But now i want to forward a range TCP ports for my ftp server. (passive secure mode). i want to forward 50000 - 51000.
But after i try to add a new rule (see screenshot) I recieve an error (see screenshot)

Is there a way to add this secondairy range forward?

My asa version = 8.45 and my asdm is 6.45
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by:ArneLovius
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please ignore this post
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huh??
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I had posted something and then realized I had misunderstood you
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oh ok, is the description unclear? do i need to add more specs?
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by:ArneLovius
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the description is fine, just misread it the first time

not had time to test possibilities on an ASA yet
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Thanks arnelovius! i am very curious if you get this working :) i am looking forward to your review.
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no reply used another firewall
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