Unable to access a different network

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Nov 6th, 2008
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Hi all. All my office PCs are connected to a cisco asa5510 gateway at Recently we bought over a new company and integrate their private lan with ours. For the initial stage we did not let them use the same private ip. They are using subnet. Their fortigate gateway has an interface that is connected to our office lan with the ip If i add the below static route to my firewall it could not work.

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I have already ensure that the fortigate firewall is already properly configured with correct static route and firewall policy. When i add the static route on my office pc manually, i could connect to subnet. My cisco asa5510 is of asa version 7.2(4), hence there should be no hairpinning issue. When i check my asa firewall log i see "2008-11-06 17:27:00 Local4.Error Nov 06 2008 02:38:38: %ASA-3-106014: Deny inbound icmp src inside: dst inside: (type 8, code 0)" How do i solve this? THks in advance.

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Jon Marshall Thu, 11/06/2008 - 03:40
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You are right in that the ASA supports hairpinning but what have you done in your config to set this up ?



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