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we have a cisco asa firewall and we have NAT configured for a ftp server to the internet.
we would like to only allow 1 client,s gateway to access our external facing ftp server
how do we change that NAT rules on asa to block any (general internet)  and only allow specific client gateway to access this ftp service.

we would like the service only available\visible to this one client only
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You would edit the inbound access control list, so that you deny inbound FTP from everywhere except the one client IP.
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where can I find that option
I don't see anything in the NAT rule that allows that
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