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Cisco ASA 1505 Port Forwarding Question

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Hi,

I have a Cisco ASA 1505 and i use ASDM 7.3 GUI to access it.  We got a new phone system in our office and i need to set up a remote IP phone at my house.  The guy who set up the phone system said i need to do this to our Cisco ASA inside the office (he would not do it for me)...

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Port Forwarding to 192.168.1.40

1719 UDP
1720 TCP
49152 through 53246 UDP
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If someone could give me step by step instructions in plain English using the ASDM GUI i would be forever grateful!  The .40 address is our internal Avaya IP Office Server that the phone (at my house) needs to be able to talk to.

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The best way to do it is to create site-to-site (L2L) VPN from home to office. Doing port forwarding for that on your firewall is big security issue.
So, just create site-to-site VPN and allow all traffic from home network to 192.168.1.40.

Here is ASA wizard for Site-to-Site VPN:
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/asa93/asdm73/vpn/asa-vpn-asdm/vpn-asdm-wizard.html#pgfId-1053062

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