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forward one public IP address to two different private IP addresses

arie01 (TechnicalUser) (OP)
3 Oct 11 12:03

My organization is using ASA 5510 as a firewall and we run into a certain problem. We have limited number of public addresses and we recently had to modify our fw configuration. As a result of this change, one of our services is not accessible from the outside.

My simple question is this:

Can I configure the fw to use the same public IP address to forward traffic for two completely different services serviced by two servers with two different private IP addresses? If so, what would be the best of doing that?

Thank you in advance,
unclerico (IS/IT--Management)
3 Oct 11 15:06
what version of code are you running??

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MikeArcade (TechnicalUser)
6 Oct 11 17:23
If the two servers are running different services i would suggest using NAT/PAT. then you can use X.X.X.X:80 to route to Y.Y.Y.Y:80 and X.X.X.X:23 to route to Z.Z.Z.Z:23

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unclerico (IS/IT--Management)
6 Oct 11 22:09
again, i ask what version of code you're running because the NAT config for versions < 8.3 is different than versions >= 8.3

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