Firewalls, PIX, ASA, VPN, Access Control List, User Authentication, Data Encryption and Best Practices.
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Hi, To allow FTP traffic you need a static NAT rule to allow access to the FTP server and an ACL allowing the ports. i.e.Lets say your internal FTP is 10.1.1.1 and the public IP will be 220.127.116.11 So, you requiere a static translation rule (ASDM or CLI) and an ACL permitting FTP from any source to the public IP. If you want to do it via CLI you can post the following: sh run staticsh run access-groupsh run access-list NAME --> change NAME for the name of the ACL applied to the outside interface Federico.