ASA 8.0 Nnat and no nat issues

Hi All,

Struggling a bit with an old ASA 5510 running ASA v8.0.  

This is a production box with previous confg on it. I have just added a 'guest wifi' segment to a spare port. This is to provide internet access only to people on the WiFi lan.  But, I also want to be able to manage the access point (HTTPS) from my 'inside' lan. Currently the inside lan can access the internet too. Both segments are correctly natting to the public address on my outside interface.

What config do I need to perform to allow hosts connected to 'inside' to reach the access point on 'GuestWiFi' but WITHOUT nat? I want the real ip address of the host to be logged by the AP.

I am struggling with the nat statements!

Remember, this is an old (pre v8.3) box.
Cheers
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lrmooreCommented:
Nat (inside,wifi) 0 <inside ip subnt> <mask>

Substitute your guest wifi interface name for wifi
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Tommy_CooperAuthor Commented:
A bit shocked at the lack of response here. EE was once a great resource. Not sure what happened!

So this response was sadly wrong.  The syntax is incorrect and the nameif inside the brackets is a single entry with no possibility of accepting multiple values. As it happens, my solution was to just add an extended ACL from my internal subnet to the AP host using the previously existing ACL for NAT 0

Thanks for the attempt though lrmoore :)
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Tommy_CooperAuthor Commented:
Wrong answer!
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