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create a cisco access rule on a firewall

Posted on 2014-09-03
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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.

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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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