I am configuring an asa 5510 for the first time. I have 3 interfaces: outside, inside1, inside2 on 0/0, 0/1, 0/2 respectively.
Very simple set up right now. I can ping 0/0 and 0/2 interfaces, but I can not ping the 0/1 interface. It shows that the line/link is up on 0/1.
My question is, is there a way to check the port and make sure it isn't malfunctioning? It can ping itself (via console) but can not ping anything else on that interface's network nor can anything ping it.
Anybody's help is greatly appreciated.
Update: I have solved my own problem. It seems that I had that interface plugged into the wrong switch. I should follow my own rule of checking the simplest thing first.
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