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Unable to ping outside networks from our Cisco ASA 5510 from the Cisco CLI.

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We are having an issue with our Cisco ASA 5510 where we aren't able to ping or pass data to any outside networks from the ASA itself. Any devices behind the ASA work just fine, it is just from the Cisco itself that is the problem. The reason this is causing issues is that we would like to get a Site to Site VPN setup with another Cisco ASA 5505, but are not able to because the VPN is only able to connect from the ASA to the 5510, but the ASA 5510 is not able to pass data back. The configuration is attached. Any help is appreciated. We have two ISP's connected to the 5510. The main ISP is X.X.X and the secondary is Y.Y.Y
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You will need to enable icmp echos on the interface connecting to the outside.

asa(config)# icmp permit any outside

You can allow any or specific hosts, check out the command ?


harbor235 ;}
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