Last night we had an issue with an XLATE entry remaining in the XLATE table after removing an incorrect NAT. That is not the problem, once the entry was manually removed all connectivity was restored. The issue stems from the original NAT, it was put in place to resolve a problem, but broke connectivity to a seperate more important server. We removed the NAT, and connectivity was restored. 3 hours later the servers were no longer able to talk to each other once again with this error in the log: Deny TCP (no connection) from my.internal.IP.1/port to my.internal.IP.2/port flags RST on interface outside. My question is, why would the connection suddenly break after working for three hours? Also, what is the command to see the XLATE timeout period?