I have an ASA 5505 configured with internal network, a DMZ, and a VPN on seperate subnets. The implicit rules allow my internal client computers to connect to the web servers on the DMZ IP, but I can not connect to the public NAT address from the internal network. I have a DNS server on my internal network and it does resolve to the public IP correctly. NAT seems to be working correctly because if I go outside the network and connect to the public IP or qualified name then I can get to everything correctly. I do not see any messages in the Cisco logs and the packet trace tool shows the route of http from an internal IP adddress to the external (NATed) address is allowed. Can anyone help me troubleshoot this and figure out why it is not working?
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