troubleshooting Question

Access DMZ Vlan on Cisco ASA 5510 from seperate Cisco ASA 5505

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Afternoon All,

I have two cisco ASA's, in seperate locations on different WANs. One is a 5510 and the other is a 5505. Both have security plus licenses. There is a vpn setup between the two devices so that I can access the inside networks from either location without issue. There is a DMZ setup on the 5510 which I can access from the inside network of the 5510. However, I am unable to access the DMZ interface from the 5505. I have a web server sitting on the 5510 DMZ interface and I need to be able to access it from the inside interface on the 5505.

What needs to be done to accomplish this?
Matthew Galiano

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