HQMNExchange1-Global refers to a publicly routable IP address.
HQMNExchange1-LOCAL has the IP address 10.10.5.27 and is, of course, off the Inside interface of the ASA.
I have a wireless network located off the "Inside" interface of the ASA. The clients on this network use a public DNS server for name resolution. When they try to connect to a website on the HQMNExchange1-Global system the connection attempt fails. Coming from the outside works and connecting to the system using the inside local IP address instead of the inside global IP address works. If they try to connect to the Inside Global IP address from the inside it does not work.
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