Hosts on inside cannot ping hosts on dmz, why? (ASA 5505)
With our below configuration, hosts on the inside network (10.0.1.0/24) cannot ping the host 10.0.2.200 on the dmz network. What do we have to add/change to make this possible? We also want hosts on inside to be able to do a Mac OS Remote Desktop connection to the host on 10.0.2.200. From the documentation we were to believe, that all traffic from higher security networks (inside) to lower security networks (dmz) would be permitted by default.
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