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Setting up an internet circuit and having issues getting the additional 13 ip addresses from my ISP to work properly.

I am using a Cisco ASA 5510 and I have the ip addresses assigned and NAT'd. The websites that are bound to these address WORK just fine.

However, what isn't working is when I ping one of the addresses I get the following:

General failure.
General failure.
General failure.
General failure.

The ISP supplied me with an address segment for my internet connection and then another set for my 13 additional IP's which is where the issue is.

Do I need to add a route in the ASA for things to echo properly?
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You will need to configure the ASA to allow ICMP through to your NATd addresses. However, as always, you should think about the security implications this might have and consider before applying.
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I agree, but I am not even getting request timed out. I am getting general failure. I have heard there is a looping somewhere in the routing but my ISP says its on my end.
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Hi,
"general failure" on ping usually is caused by a trivial mistake into PC's network configuration (either IP or even netmask).
Try and check your IP, disable IPv6 into network settings, and try again.

hope this helps
max
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Hi jhakie,

Can you ping anything on that computer. Typically "General Failure" is localized to your machine specifically with the NIC, drivers, etc.

Are you trying this from outside the network? If you are inside you'll have to allow echo from the LAN and WAN zones.

I'd try from another computer and see if you get the same result.
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I am trying this from the outside. I have tried from multiple computers same result.
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Good solutions were provided, but didn't seem to resolve question
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