Connecting 2 Hosts From 2 Separate Subnets Cisco ASA 5510

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  • Kobe 310
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    I need 1 server to connect to another server, both on seperate networks. 1 is a vlan, 1 is not, not sure if that makes a diffrence. Both networks are connect to the same switch, and my ASA is the DHCP server.

    The non vlan server is Int 0/1 10.1.10.16. The vlan server is vlan int 0/1.2 10.1.73.73.

    I am running Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.2(5)


    Kobe 310
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    I was able to get it to work. I had created access-lists for the nat on both interfaces…. source to destination, it didn’t work yesterday, but it did today. I must have typed it in wrong assuming, cause it works today.

    Hope this helps someone else.

    ex.

    nat (inside) 0 access-list Inside
    nat (Server) 0 access-list Veeam

    access-list Inside extended permit ip host 10.1.17.24 host 10.1.23.23
    access-list Veeam extended permit ip host 10.1.23.23 host 10.1.17.24

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