Using ASDM to allow management-access inside and removing cause network outage.
I enabled management-access inside (Did not work) and removing that config on PIX 525 ASDM under the management interface causes network outage. Some systems were not able to communicate via static nat one-to-one mapping over the Internet. Onside Engineer who is more familiar with the network confirm that couple access-group lines were either overwrought or removed when I deleted management-access inside. (issue is resolved by adding the missing access-group lines)
My question is: Enabling and removing management-access can some how delete the access-list or group? Has any one out there had this issue before? or perhaps I should have done this through the console which is what I do mostly. Please your advice and all possibilities is welcome using ASDM.
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