I am currently trying to configure NAT on my ASA 5510. I am having problems geting the two interfaces to comunicate with each other. I can ping my Linksys Router from the outside interface of the firewall, but I am unable to do this from the inside interface.
I currently have a Linksys RV082 connected to two ISP's, connected on the LAN side of that is a Cisco ASA 5510 firewall, connected on the lan side of that is a Cisco 2821 router.
Your NAT statements look fine to me. Doing PAT. Right? Please let me know about your security policies from inside to outside. I haven't seen any ACL on your configuration. You can use ASDM to see what's going on.
Edit: As john mentioned. For ICMP(Stateless), you need to inspect it or allow echo-reply back from outside to inside.
Here is where I am, I am DEAD stuck. I can not get trafic of any kind to pass through the ASA 5510. I have tried what I beleive to be everything. Below I have posted my new configuration file. I need to know what is wrong with it and how to fix it. I have also cut the 2821 out of the equation so now the computer is connected directly to the asa 5510. Before this all came about I did have the Linksys and the 2821 communicating, I also have heard that you can put the asa 5510 in the middle in transparent mode (not routed) and keep the packet flow the way it was before. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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