The issue is i have Cisco ASA5510 with 4 interfaces e 0/0,e 0/1,e 0/2 and e 0/3 interfaces.
I have configured the e 0/0 as the outside with publice Ip add, and security level is 0.
Then e 0/1 as Inside1 with the private IP address and security level as 100,and the inside network is NATTED as the outside interface using NAT (inside1) 1 and Global (outside) 1,and it is working fine.
Now I have configured the e 0/2 as Inside2 with the another private IP address and security level as 90,and it is not NATTED as the Outside interface (This network is not allowed to access the network.
But Inside1 and Inside2 network should communicate,but it is not communicating,from the ASA prompt I am able to ping both Inside1 Ip address and Inside2 Ip address,but from the Inside2 node to Inside1 node or Inside1 interface IP address is not able to ping,and from Inside1 node to Inside2 node or Inside2 interface IP address is not communicating.
To achive this should I NAT the Inside2 network and assign the rule base to permit the traffic?
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