asa 5510 can't ping from inside interface to a dmz firewall interface

We are trying to ping from a device on the inside(level 100) of the firewall to the dmz (level 70) firewall interface.

We added to the dmz access rules: permit icmp any any (event to the beginning of the dmz access-list)
and to the firewall global policy: inspect icmp and icmp error.

When we do asdm packet tracer it looks like the packet goes through, but when we go to the device and ping the firewall dmz interface it does not work( no answer from ..)
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Jody LemoineNetwork ArchitectCommented:
The access lists dictate what can travel •through• the firewall. In order to ping the firewall itself, you have to allow this with a global configuration command.

If you're pinging from the inside security zone, try adding the following.

icmp permit any inside

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