Does it happen with complete subnet or only specific hosts are tested?
- This looks to be more of a AV/Firewall on the end user or can be another L3 device which allows traffic only from the subnet it is connected to
Worth checking that part
Can someone tell me why for internal traffic do we need to enable nat in the policies.
I have the following network 192.168.1.0/24 on vlan x and network 10.64.28.0/24 on vlan y. Both vlan's are using firewall as gateway and a sub interface configured with trunk to allow both vlan's. The problem if i do not enable nat on the policies both subnet cannot communicate.