NAT/port forwarding CISCO ASA using ASDM 6.3

Hi, I have not done it this way before and to be sure I am not sure if it would work. But anyway we are using a CISCO ASA 500 firewall and are managing it with ASDM 6.3. What I am trying to do is access an internal URL externally by using an A record for our current domain name, but pointing it to an different internal location by Port number. For example:
from outside the network typing in www.domainname.com.au:9000 would take you to an internal URL.

Hope this makes sense.

Josh
Josh RoweSystems AdministratorAsked:
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Istvan KalmarHead of IT Security Division Commented:
or if you have any problem please show us the sanitized configs
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