The goal is to forward two different ports 1195 and 1196 from the outside address of the ASA to two different hosts on the inside but on the same port.
These are the addresses used in this example:
- ASA.Internet 192.168.1.99/24
- ASA.DMZ 172.16.0.1/24
Here is the relevant part of the config for one inside host:
object network VPN2 host 172.16.0.66 nat (DMZ,Internet) static interface service udp 1194 1195 object service VPN service udp destination eq 1194 access-list Internet_access_in_1 extended permit object VPN any object VPN2 access-list Internet_access_in_1 extended deny ip any any
The questions are:
- What is the correct way to use packet tracer in this case?
- What is the correct destination port to use in the ACL in this case?
packet-tracer input internet udp 184.108.40.206 1234 172.16.0.66 1194 (inside IP/port) I get
Phase: 7 Type: NAT Subtype: rpf-check Result: DROP Config: object network VPN2 nat (DMZ,Internet) static interface service udp 1194 1195 Additional Information:
packet-tracer input internet udp 220.127.116.11 1234 192.168.1.99 1195 (outside IP/port) I obviously get
Phase: 4 Type: ACCESS-LIST Subtype: Result: DROP Config: Implicit Rule Additional Information:
In any case, packets are currently hitting the firewall on the Internet(outside) interface on udp port 1195 but they aren't seen inside.
show nat detail:
(DMZ) to (Internet) source static VPN2 interface service udp 1194 1195 translate_hits = 0, untranslate_hits = 0 Source - Origin: 172.16.0.66/32, Translated: 192.168.1.99/24 Service - Protocol: udp Real: 1194 Mapped: 1195
Now what is making me crazy in addition, if I add port 1195 to the access list, the following invocation of packet tracer accepts the traffic:
packet-tracer input internet tcp 18.104.22.168 1234 172.16.0.66 1195
That's the inside IP but the outside port? WT...?