i am implemented one scenario which can be reviewed in the diagram below , in which i have two firewalls, internal firewall and external firewall , i am doubt about the policy which i applied on my ASA's , which are not working properly , i expect support community experts can review and let me know where is my mistake , please friends i am little confuse so need clarification . with configuration as attached text file.
model for firewall is ASA 5505. Notes
Internal Firewall Network -
a) Inside network - 10.10.250.0/24
b) inside1 network - 10.10.101.0/24
c) voice network - 10.10.120.0/24
d) dmz network - 10.10.100.0/24
e) outside network - 10.10.251.0/24
External Firewall Network -
a) Inside network - 10.10.251.0 /24
b) dmz network - 10.10.150.0/24
c) outside network - 10.10.249.0 /24
Both Firewall Policies
1) Allow Access for User zones(inside) to Internet only for https , http & DNS .
2) Allow Acces for User Zones (inside ) to internal server (On inernal Firewall) & Vice versa for dns , exchange services , rdp , active directory both TCP /UDP.
3) Allow Lab User (inside1) to only internet (on internal firewall ) , deny all access to any other zone.
4) Allow server to inside User zone (Internal Firewall) only for Active directory and dns ports.
5) Allow Acces for User Zones (inside ) to External server (On External Firewall) & Vice versa for dns , exchange services , rdp , active directory both TCP /UDP.
6) Whenever Inside User zone access server on internal firewall or external firewall should use same source ip , no natting.
when I apply policy for inside LAN to the internet only to permit for HTTP,HTTPS, DOMAIN ,but its allowing , all traffic
when I apply policy for inside LAN to DMZ server and DMZ server to inside LAN still same , I am trying to open specific ports but still, all the traffic is being allowed , maybe I am missing something in my configuration .
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