ASA 5508-X cant ping inside resources from other subnet
I recently acquired an ASA 5508-X for a new build project we are doing in one of our not for profit rest houses.
I knew that there were some differences between the ASA 5505 which I'd used previously but as the 5506 also had the same issues (routed interfaces) I figured I might as well go for the more powerful 5508 (first time Iv'e had a decent budget in years!)
It's taken me a while to find my feet with this but I now have my main network up and running without problems, everything on the inside can reach the outside, and the few things on the outside that are allowed to come inside can come inside.
I have two issues however which I'm struggling to resolve
I need to allow traffic from an external contractor who is setting up a WiFi network to come into our network and communicate with our server.
I need to set up a separate data network for resident which will just pass through our firewall.
I'll take point 2 first.
I think that all I need to do is to add the following text and everything should work fine
interface GigabitEthernet1/8 nameif Residents security-level 50 ip address 192.168.111.254 255.255.255.0 no shut
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