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create a cisco access rule on a firewall

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Hi there

I just want to add a simple access rule that map a public IP address to a private IP in the DMZ using port 22 only.

How can I do that from scratch?

Many thanks
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What version of software are you running on the ASA?  The commands to do this are different depending on if you are on 8.2 and below or 8.3 and above.

Thank you.
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What command line should I use to find out what version the firewall is running or is it the show running config?
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