I have a cisco ASA 5505 with three interfaces: Internal (100), DMZ (50) and External (0). The internal has a IPSEC VPN tunnel to my internal network
I couldn't log in to my domain because of all of the port restrictions and such. I tried monitoring the traffic through the interface, seeing what it's blocking and then unblocking those ports but even then it didn't work completely correctly
I finally just added a rule to permit any ip traffic from any network to any network on the internal interface and, of course, it worked fine
But is that good security practice? Should I be blocking ports on an interface that's internal and over a VPN with the highest security level?