I have a multi-homed ISA configured with external as 192.168.4.249 (DG 192.168.4.250) and internal as 10.0.100.250. Beyond that, I have a PIX configured with external as 10.0.100.249 (DG 10.0.100.250) and internal as 10.0.110.250.
In ISA I have defined a subnet for the 10.0.100.x network. I also have an access rule allowing traffic from 10.0.100.250 to 10.0.110.x subnnet. However when I try to connect (RDP for ex.) to a machine on the 10.0.110.x network I get a Denied connection. It doesn't seem to be following the fule. Can anyone help?
Log type: Firewall service
Source: Local Host (10.0.100.250:1351)
Destination: External (10.0.110.15:3389)
Protocol: RDP (Terminal Services)
Number of bytes sent: 0 Number of bytes received: 0
Processing time: 0 ms Original Client IP: 10.0.100.250
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