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CISCO 5510 FIREWALL RDP ACCESS

Posted on 2014-01-23
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Running ASDM asm 8.3

Need help to allow inbound rdp traffice from 192.168.0.x outside to 192.168.1.46 (server inside)

can some help with nat rule and acl pls

from a newbiE!
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object service SERVICE-RDP
service tcp destination eq 3389

access-list inbound extended permit object SERVICE-RDP any object HOST-10.1.1.1

object network HOST-10.1.1.1
host 10.1.1.1
nat (inside,outside) static interface service tcp 3389 3389



Replace IP's and ACL name as necessary, make sure the ACL is applied to the outside interface on the inbound direction. If you are not using the outside interface IP address for translation, just replace "interface" with the public IP address you'll be using.
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