I have 2 subnets that i have setup on 2 interfaces. the 1st subnet (Company A) has internet access. the 2nd subnet (Company B) has no internet access or access to company A, from a computer on the on company b's subnet i am able to ping the firewall but traffic does not go any farther.
it is my understanding that the 2 security interfaces should allow traffic across them. if i lower company B's security i will have to add an access list rule to allow communications between the 2 interfaces.
I found this command on the internet while waiting for a reply on my post and entered it but i still do not get any traffic to Company A's interface or to my outside interface (security level 0)
Also as a side note i have ran the packet tracer on company b's interface and i have an acl that is stopping traffic, i have an implicit rule source and destination both are set to any, and the action is set to deny.
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