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Traffic between inside interface and DMZ interface (two way traffic)

Outside interface address 12.x.x.x

Inside Interface address 192.168.0.20

DMZ Interface address 192.63.23.251

Problem is that I can not pass traffic from the inside interface to the DMZ interface and vice versa. Have looked at global and access-lists. Connected to the PDM on a machine with IP address 192.168.0.104 can ping both a PC on the 192.63.23.0 lan and the as well as the 192.168.0.0 lan.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Traffic between inside interface and DMZ interface (two way

Hi Tony,

You might want to provide the config, at least the relevent part. What traffic is not passing? You said the icmp is passing from the inside net to the dmz.

Please remove the last 2 octate of the IP address' when you send the config.

Thanks,

yatin

Re: Traffic between inside interface and DMZ interface (two way

Hi,

are 'nat/global' and 'static' command configured correctly?

What access-lists (if any) are applied to the interfaces?

Regards,

Tom

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