I have a web server set up for public access through our Cisco ASA 5510 (see diagram below)
The web application will only answer to http header requests (URL) that are referenced in the license file.
In this case: http://www.abc-web-server.com
(this is used as the example in the diagram)
The outside access to the web server works perfectly.
Trying to access the webserver (using the same URL) from within the network doesnt - this is obviously because traffic cannot leave and then renter the same firewall port - or so it seems...
I have read many example of this being able to happen by using the following command: "same-security-traffic permit" (see web link below)
I have tried this and both variations of the command, aand have not been able to achieve what I am looking for.
Does anyone know which comman if any will alow me to achieve this?
Has anyone else worked with a similar problem? Is there a more simple work around?