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Open port 7442 on my Cisco asa

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I'm trying to figure out how to open 7443 so traffic from an inside up address 192.168.1.x can send and receive Internet traffic on they specific port.

We don't block outbound traffic but I can't figure out how to allow inbound from our public up 216.x.x.x to that server and port.

We have a 5525 asa.
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I've used this guide successfully a number of times:
http://www.islandearth.com/articles/2015/7/23/cisco-asa-setting-up-port-forwarding-using-asdm-minecraft-ex.html

The author does a great job of showing you how to port forward using the ASDM.  What you are trying to do is pretty straighforward and matches his example well.
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Hi there,

Kindly share the ASA firmware version.
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