I'm new to Cisco ASA's. So far what I've configured I've done by going through forums, and Cisco docs. But now I'm stuck, and I have no clue where to go from here. I don't even know what to troubleshoot for. I'd really appreciate some help.
Here are the details:
So far I have:
- Internet connectivity from inside and dmz
- Connectivity to web server from inside hosts
I've configured some static nat statements that are supposed to give outside access to the dmz server, but it doesn't work. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. My running config is below
As for logs...I'm not using a real Windows server. I have Uniform Server running on my desk pc which only gives me error reports. Since there are no connections getting across the DSL modem, and on to the ASA...the error log is empty.
I was not provided with a real server because the current ASA i'm working on is going to be a failover device. The primary device is a Sonicwall firewall at the moment. I'm not sure if it's even going to stay either. The company is planning a network upgrade, and I have not been informed yet as to what is going and what is staying. The "real" web server is on that network at the moment.
I'm leaning on the DSL modem/router thing as being the problem. There's no way I can turn it into just a bridge only. It would be so much easier.
My traffic doesn't get past 10.1.1.1 (modem) at the moment.
Re: Having trouble Configuring outside access to DMZ webserver.
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