I'm going from Cisco ASA 8.2 to 9.2 and obviously the biggest change is NAT/PAT statements. I've gotten a decen understanding of it, but would like a better explanation with the given below example:
Server A = 192.168.1.10
Server B = 192.168.1.11
Server C = 192.168.1.12
Access-list = inbound
inside interface = LAN
outside interface = Public
1) NAT Server A with Public IP of 100.100.100.10
2) NAT Server B with Public IP of 100.100.100.11
3) NAT Server C with Public IP of 100.100.100.11
4) open Public ports 25 and 443 on 100.100.100.10 and map to Server B
5) open Public ports 80 and 443 on 100.100.100.11 and map to Server A
6) open Public ports 80 and 443 on 100.100.100.12 and remap to Server C on ports 8080 and 4443 respectively.
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